Out of towners are loving our country lifestyle

first_imgA flat, lush and fertile block in one of Brisbane’s most beautiful rural-residential suburbs.“The people lived in that shed while they built the house,” Mr Flanigan said.The sellers were originally from Western Australia, and the buyers are a retired New South Wales couple keen to take over the homestead and start growing their own produce in the lush soils.Mr Flanigan said Brisbane’s rural residential property sales have been tracking nicely of late.“The market has been really good. We’ve always got people relocating from interstate that are looking for that country lifestyle and we’re still close enough to drive to Brisbane” he said. 2 Brady Street, Dayboro is “ … the best house I’ve seen in Dayboro,” according to its selling agent.There’s something about Dayboro’s rolling hills and broad green expanses that goes beyond local appeal.It’s also striking when someone has built a beautiful new home on one of these lush allotments to create a picture-perfect setting.It’s this sort of green-change scenario that resulted in the sale of 2 Brady Rd, Dayboro on 11th May for $940,000.With 23 years in the business, Michael Flanigan, principal at ME Property Sales, was glowing in his assessment too.“In my opinion, it’s the best house I’ve seen in Dayboro,” he said.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home has 460sq m of floor space with a crisp, clean colour pallet and a northerly aspect to catch the country sun.The internal finish is high-end too, and with three additional living spaces plus a study, there’s plenty to discover.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The finishes are definitely high-endMr Flanigan said the house could also be adapted for dual living, which is great for teenagers, visitors or elderly relatives.The 6005sq m block of land is cleared and flat and the detached shed is fitted out with bathroom and kitchen facilities.last_img read more