first_img33 Attunga St, KingstonEbrahim Gaffoor set out to do a quality renovation when he bought his home at 33 Attunga St, Kingston, in September, 2014, and the results show just that.He has transformed and modernised the two-storey brick home, from replacing the pool lining to new carpets.He also did substantial landscaping work in the yard.“I basically made it like a little resort kind of feel,’’ he said. 33 Attunga St, KingstonThe home is on a 607 sq m block of land and has secure parking with three parking spaces – two in the garage and one under the carport.Marketing agent Azhar Omar, of Ray White Rochedale, said the quality of the renovations had been outstanding. 33 Attunga St, KingstonHe said it would be ideal for an a young family.DETAILS: Price guide: Offers over $399,000Inspect: Contact agentAgent: Azhar Omar, Ray White Rochedale. 0422 363 450center_img 33 Attunga St, KingstonWork also included installing new downlights in all the rooms and installing ceiling fans.He said the large space underneath the home could be put to use by new owners as a teenagers’ retreat or possibly another living area.The double-brick home has a large kitchen which has also been modernised, and includes an electric cook top and ample cupboard space.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201933 Attunga St, KingstonAll of the bedrooms are towards the back of the home, and all of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.Marble stones surround the pool and there is a Bali-style hut.The bathroom has been partially renovated and there is a separate toilet.New roof tiles and guttering have been installed and the home is fully fenced. It has solar hot water and a 3000 litre water tank.The property is close to schools, public transport and the park lands. It is also near shops, childcare centres and a medical centre.last_img