This Algester home is cosy but still has plenty of space for families

first_img21 Tingiringi Street, AlgesterShe loved spending time in the living room where she kept souvenirs from her travels around the world, including the US, Hawaii, China and Hong Kong.The main bedroom was her favourite part of the home though. 21 Tingiringi Street, AlgesterWhile she bought the house to downsize, Ms Wilson said it would make a great home for a small family.It is on a 683sq m block and has three bedrooms, all of which have built-in wardrobes while the master has an ensuite.It has an open kitchen and dining area and a separate living room.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 202021 Tingiringi Street, AlgesterOutside, there is an outdoor patio for entertaining as well as a swimming pool.The home was renovated before Ms Wilson moved in, particularly the kitchen and bathrooms.However, she has added a few extra bits and pieces over the years, including paving around the pool, new fencing and airconditioning. 21 Tingiringi Street, Algester“I feel like it’s just my sanctuary and I can go in there and get away from the world,” Ms Wilson said.She was going to miss the home as well as her friendly neighbours. 21 Tingiringi Street, AlgesterKRIS Wilson fell in love with this modernised house in Algester the moment she walked through the front door.“I just knew this was somewhere I could live,” Ms Wilson said.“I think it was the colours, and also I could picture my furniture matching the decor.”Seven years on and the property at 21 Tingiringi St has served as the perfect home. 21 Tingiringi Street, Algester“I really do have fabulous neighbours – I’ll be sorry to say goodbye to them,” Ms Wilson said.The home also has a remote double lockup garage plus an extra carport, a garden shed and water tank.Ms Wilson took her two dogs for walks in surrounding parks and said public transport and shops were also close.last_img read more