first_imgInside Brisbane’s famous pancake manor in Charlotte St.The four-bedroom property is listed through Trent Powles of Harcourts Coorparoo. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by The home at 7 Watson St, Camp Hill before renovations.“There were old newspapers under the lino, the kitchen was very old and the house wasn’t in a good state at all.”They raised and extended the home to make it nearly four times the size.“The original house had really high ceilings and we wanted the same downstairs. We also dug down so we could have a garage and media room,” he said. The renovated home at Watson St, Camp Hill.THE owners of Brisbane’s Pancake Manor are hoping their renovation of a tired character home in Camp Hill will result in a sweet sale. Jan and Lee Langford bought 7 Watson St as a project and have transformed it into a beautiful family residence. “It was very rundown and very old,” Mr Langford said.center_img It was much more impressive afterwards.“We made the most of the space available and we’re big believers of open plan living.”The Langfords retained many of the original features of the house including ornate ceilings, leadlight windows and hardwood floors. last_img

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