Renovations add value to cosy home with granny flat

first_img38 Tigris St, Riverhills.THIS home is picture perfect.Even the tradesmen love everything about it when they come by.Owners Cyrous and Susan Imani have lived at 38 Tigris St, Riverhills for 16 years and have renovated it over time, adding a modern touch to their home. 38 Tigris St, Riverhills.Mr Imani, 70, said he loved spending time in the swimming pool during the summer time.“Now that we are getting older, we want to be somewhere where there’s low maintenance living,” he said.The home is in a convenient location close to shops, schools, childcare, and city bus service. 38 Tigris St, Riverhills.The couple have added an ensuite to the main bedroom, and now have a media room.The hallway and bathroom have new tiles.Mr Imani said he loved spending time outdoors and enjoyed tending to the gardens.“Anyone who passes our place says how beautiful it is,” he said.The lovely three-bedroom home with an ensuite features artistic landscaped gardens, an airconditioned living area, and a sunroom. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Floating timber floors have been laid in all the bedrooms.Mr Imani said his wife was a good cook and he loved the kitchen area a lot. 38 Tigris St, Riverhills.The rear courtyard is adjacent to a private in-ground swimming pool. It provides access to the self-contained granny flat with its bedroom, kitchenette and bathroom. Alternatively, this could be used as a private studio or workshop. 38 Tigris St, Riverhills.Centenary Real Estate selling agent Leela Mendis said the home was very cosy and had a great outdoor area for entertaining after a hard day at work. A real bonus are the solar panels on the roof, which cost in excess of $20,000 and will significantly reduce electricity costs.last_img

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