A one-of-a-kind home in one of Logan’s most in demand and “tightly held” suburbs, Forestdale, is up for grabs.

27 Lionheart Street is a 4000sqm block boasting five bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an abundance of opportunities to play and relax.

High ceilings, expansive windows, and sleek finishes are the heart of the home, but sales agent Mitch Wakeham from Harcourts said he loved the pool and pizza oven.

“As well as the open planned kitchen/living/dining area,” Mr Wakeham said.

He said the home was “very unique as it is one of the few architecturally designed homes in the suburb”.

The five “generously sized” bedrooms provide plenty of room for a growing family or guests, while the master suit is a “true retreat”, featuring a walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom.

The “state-of-the-art” kitchen is described as a chef’s dream – equipped with high-end appliances, plenty of storage, and a large island bench, making it the ideal setting for preparing meals and hosting dinner parties.

The property is described as the perfect family sanctuary, offering private, retreat-style amenities while being close to all of life’s necessities.

The outdoor oasis includes a pool with a slide, an expansive deck for sunbaking or outdoor dining, and an outdoor entertaining area covering around 80sqm.

With lots of greenery and open space, part of the property’s charm lies with the carefully landscaped garden and the huge gum trees that border it.

A built-in pizza oven adds a unique touch to outdoor gatherings, while a full-sized tennis court offers opportunities for fitness and fun.

The property also boasts more than 110sqm of shed and garage space, perfect for storage, hobbies, or a home workshop.

Mr Wakeham said the current owners had been there for three years but were ready to sell to a new owner.

“The perfect buyer is someone who wants room for a home-based business, or someone looking for a multi-generational home,” he said.

“Forestdale is still very high in demand and is a tightly held suburb with under 35 sales a year in here on average.”.

But it seems the trend is starting to buck.

Mr Wakeham said Harcourts was seeing much of the suburb’s older demographic downsizing and “making room for newer, younger families to move in”.

“The property is due to go to auction on June 14 unless sold prior, so get in quick and secure before auction day,” he said.

He said the owners would consider all offers prior to the auction, which will be held at 4pm at the Harcourts Stafford office (217 Stafford Road).

The auction will be live streamed, and phone bidding will be allowed.

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