3 Flametree Street, Bridgeman DownsThe formal lounge features a fireplace, timber flooring and plantation shutters.Other features of the home include the spacious master bedroom with an ensuite, a “his and hers” vanity, double shower, walk-in robe and fan light.Mrs Charlton said the kitchen area overlooked the salt water swimming pool, which was where many memories were made when the kids were younger.“We spent a lot of time in the pool especially when the kids were little,” she said. 3 Flametree Street, Bridgeman DownsFor Bridgeman Downs resident Wendy Charlton, the time has come to downsize from her six-bedroom property.With five-bedrooms and a granny flat/studio to the side of the home, Mrs Charlton said she was looking to move to a smaller property at the Sunshine Coast. 3 Flametree Street, Bridgeman DownsMrs Charlton said the property, on a 1331sq m block, had undergone renovations at three different times. “We slowly built it up to be a bigger home,” Mrs Charlton said.The renovations have included adding a wraparound veranda and doors which lead out to that area.The bathrooms, laundry and kitchen have all had a makeover.The home has multiple living areas, separated living, a huge kitchen, swimming pool, tennis court, boat house and workshop. 3 Flametree Street, Bridgeman DownsMrs Charlton, who is retired, bought the home, at 3 Flametree St, Bridgeman Downs, 18 years ago and described the build as “very solid”.“Our two kids have grown up and moved out of home, so the timing is right,” she said.“It’s been a very lovely family home.“I’d love to see a young family buy it and enjoy it.”More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019She said she loved the peace and quiet around the area, and the outlook to the mountains (Mt Nebo).