The home at 35 Eaton Place, WishartThe home at 35 Eaton Place, Wishart is meticulously constructed, convenient to facilities and has a versatile layout.The home’s owner, Catherine Hurren said she and husband, Robert, have loved raising their family here, but the chance for a long-desired sea change meant now was the right time to sell.“If we were not moving to the beach, and that’s been our dream, we would stay in this house.”Buyers will be impressed by the construction. The couple employed Karl Landriscina to build their five-bedroom, two-bathroom design in 2001. Spotted gun floors feature in the home.“Walking through the park to the creek and coming back and going for a swim in the pool where you can do some laps because its 12m long — I just love, love that.”Mrs Hurren said leaving the convenience and accessibility of Wishart with its ready access to the retail and leisure hub at Mt Gravatt would be difficult.“We have everything we need at our doorstep — great retail, movies, dining and businesses, easy parking — three minutes away.” The Hurren’s seachange plans provide a chance for someone new to enjoy this Brisbane haven.The home is being marketed by Kosma Comino from LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills.The property will be auctioned on May 20 at 11.30am. The outdoor area overlooks the swimming pool.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 2020“My husband is a builder himself so he would come along each day to the house and check up on things, but Karl was very, very good himself,” Mrs Hurren said.The home’s fitout, including Smeg appliances, granite benchtops and an open plan, will also please its future owner although Mrs Hurren said the spotted gum floors drew the most compliments.Mrs Hurren said her husband’s painstaking approach to the gardens produced a beautifully manicured, low-maintenance setting for the house. Mrs Hurren said she would miss the inviting outdoors the most.