This Cornubia home is nestled in tranquil bushland

first_img7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaIt also has three bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes, a shared bathroom and laundry.The master bedroom, with an ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe, is on the top floor, as well as a study and living area.“My wife always wanted a mezzanine level,” Mr Anderton said. 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaMore from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Anderton, who is a builder by trade, said they designed the three-storey home with their three young daughters in mind.He said it had plenty of space for everyone to spread out, but was also stylish enough for a young corporate couple. 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaTHE thought of being surrounded by quiet bushland in the middle of suburbia was what attracted Reid and Chantelle Anderton to Cornubia.The couple then designed and built their contemporary home at 7 Forest Edge Drive to embrace its natural surroundings. 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaThe ground floor is dedicated to a double lockup garage.On the first level, there is an open kitchen, dining and lounge area with a kids’ retreat and two alfresco decks.center_img 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaWith large windows spread over multiple levels, the four-bedroom home takes advantage of the area’s picturesque backdrop and natural light.“It’s a pretty nice spot,” Mr Anderton said.“We bought the land probably two-and-a-half years ago — we were one of the first people to buy in the area.” 7 Forest Edge Drive, CornubiaThe timber floors and hardwood vanity tops were among his favourite features.“I also like the aspect of the big windows — no matter where you’re walking, you’re just looking at trees,” Mr Anderton said.The family has lived in the home for six months, but are selling to travel Australia.“It was a split decision,” he said.last_img

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