’Pocket of beatifulness’ comes with visiting wildlife
THIS sprawling family home is on a private block where kangaroos come to graze and koalas can be spotted in gum trees.
Rebecca and Jake Lechowski bought the property at 23 Bushcherry Ct, Burpengary East three years ago and have loved making it a home with their two young sons.
“It’s just one of those homes you fall in love with straight away,” Mrs Lechowski said.
“I wouldn’t sell if we didn’t have to but we’re relocating for my husband’s work.
“I love the peacefulness of the property. It’s a pocket of beautifulness, a home away from everything yet so close to it all.”
The 3,193sq m block backs onto a bush reserve and the home has a formal living and dining space, a media room and an open-plan kitchen, meals and family area opening to the back deck.
The kitchen has Caesarstone benchtops, a walk-in pantry and an island bench.
The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe, separate toilet and ensuite with spa bath, while the three other bedrooms are at the opposite end of the home.
The home also has a laundry, family bathroom and oversized double garage with polished floors and built-in cupboards.
“My favourite thing about the home is probably the picturesque outlook from inside,” Mrs Lechowski said.
“I love sitting in the family room with my morning cuppa and looking out over the lovely green lawn and bush.”
The fenced block has electric gates, a large American barn style shed and established gardens.
Mrs Lechowski said the big yard was great for her two young sons.
“There’s so much space and it’s a secure property so they are safe to run around and play,” she said.
The home is within a five-minute drive of shops, GP clinics, schools, public transport, the Bruce Highway and the local boat ramp.