Sam Browning and Alex Goldfinch with their renovated house in West End. Picture: Evan MorganRENO man Sam Browning and his business partner Alex Goldfinch have finished another renovation with jaw dropping results. RELATED:>>Reno transforms West End home>>Height of luxury in penthouse>>At home with Blockheads Caro and Kingi The peeling paint, green kitchen and pink bathroom sink at 46 Morris St, West End have been replaced with glistening polished timber floors, modern kitchen and bathroom and charming front porch. 46 Morris St, West End before the renovation. 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersRE/MAX Excellence selling agent Lisa Turner said the home had wide appeal and had been finished to an excellent standard. “There is plenty of exciting things happening in the city that buyers want to be close to and be part of,” she said. 46 Morris St, West End before the renovation. 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersThe pair from Avenue Developments and Consultancy started swinging hammers on June 20 until the project was finished last week. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The two-bedroom, two bathroom home has now been listed for sale with Lisa Turner from RE/MAX Excellence Townsville for offers to purchase. CLICK HERE for all the latest Townsville real estate news Mr Browning said he was thrilled with the finished product and felt the home could suit a variety of buyers.“I’m definitely the most happy with this project but it’s been a challenging renovation and it’s been trying on our friendship and trying on the builders,” he said.“It’s hard to find these character homes that have been here for such a long time and it’s really easy to maintain within walking distance of a $55 million private hospital so you could have it as an Airbnb.“It would be great for entertainers, being so close to the city, or with the size of the yard in mind it might suit a new family,” Mr Goldfinch added.” 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersThe house was completely restumped with the help of Panda House Relocators and also has new wiring and lighting. Recycled materials have been incorporated into the build with a timber feature in the living area, postbox, front gate and screening from the Transit Centre.An off-street parking area has been added. And the kitchen has all the features you would expect from a much more modern home, including stainless steel appliances and a butler’s pantry.The home is on the city side of West End and is a stone’s throw from the CBD. 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersThe home will be open for inspection on Saturday and Sunday from 10.30am to 11am.For more information call Lisa Turner on 0450 449 606.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThanks to kind hearts, and lots of donations the Alpena Dog Park is getting closer to being created in the city of Alpena. Last week H.P.C. Credit Union decided to do a bake sale to help raise funds for the future park.Executive Assistant, Jenny Corn said she and the H.P.C. staff were very busy creating treats. Thanks to the bake sale the ladies were able to collect over $1,000 to go towards the future dog park.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena Dog Park, H.P.C. Credit UnionContinue ReadingPrevious Residents Tell WBKB News What They’re Doing for EasterNext City of Alpena Fire Department Holds Training