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The home at 50 Livingstone St, Yeerongpilly.THIS double-gabled Queenslander on a fully fenced double block is on the market in Yeerongpilly.The two-bedroom home at 50 Livingstone St was built in 1935 and has front and back verandas, a sleep-out and country-style kitchen.Marketing agent Jane Elvin of LJ Hooker Annerley Yeronga said the home had the charm and character of yesteryear.The property has high ceilings, VJ walls, timber floorboards and casement windows. The kitchen at 50 Livingstone St, Yeerongpilly.“Whatever you decide, you are perfectly positioned for a great investment into the future.”The home is 5km from the Brisbane CBD and walking distance to Yeronga primary and high schools, tennis courts, Yeronga Park Swimming Pool, parks, a train station and bus stops. The back deck at 50 Livingstone St, Yeerongpilly.The bathroom includes a shower over corner bath and there is a laundry, workshop, storage space and room for two cars downstairs.“There is plenty of room to extend the home to create more bedrooms or bathrooms if needed, without the huge expense of raising the house,” Ms Elvin said.“Or for those wanting to capitalise on the position and the land, move the house to one lot and either sell off the other lot or build a new home or townhouses. The living area at 50 Livingstone St, Yeerongpilly.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 2020The front stairs lead to a covered porch and the front door opens to the sitting room, which flows through to the separate dining room and lounge room.The kitchen has a freestanding five-burner stove and oven, dishwasher and island bench, and the lounge room opens through french doors to the full-length back deck.The main bedroom has a bay window with bench seat and both bedrooms open to the sleep-out, which could be converted into a study, extra living space, ensuite or walk-in robe.