Relax and unwind at 16 Bowness Close, Sinnamon Park.The property is on a 700sq m block of land and there is plenty of room for a pool.Dean Property Team selling agent Robert Dean said: “We think you would need to go a long way before finding this type of finish in any property”. Check out the bedroom at 16 Bowness Close, Sinnamon Park.Mr Leggo said the home was almost “gasp worthy” when they first laid eyes on it.“It had great bones,” he said.“It was kind of orange and a little dated.The feature walls and back patio were a terracotta orange.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“The moment the light hit it, it threw orange on all the walls and ceilings, it wasn’t pleasant,” he said.Since the revamp, Mr Leggo said the home was his most favourite, having lived in more than 30 properties over the years.“Sinnamon Park is one of Brisbane’s best kept secrets,” he said.“We moved here not knowing about Rocks Riverside Park. The birdlife and breezes are amazing.” The couple are moving to the Gold Coast as Mr Leggo said his mother was not well.He said the one-level property would best suit a couple, or buyers looking to downsize.“It’s a really easy place to live in,” he said.“It’s low maintenance, there’s only watering and mowing to do.”The home has had new carpets put in and a new Bali hut.And if you like to wind down after a hard day at work, there is a freestanding Lusso Stone egg shell bath to enjoy. 16 Bowness Close, Sinnamon Park. The kitchen area at 16 Bowness Close, Sinnamon Park. 16 Bowness Close, Sinnamon Park.When Craig and Jen Leggo first walked into their Sinnamon Park home they knew there was a lot of work to be done.The couple bought the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in 2011 and have done a major renovation throughout the 16 Bowness Close property. 16 Bowness Close, Sinnamon Park.