54 Duncan St, Wynnum WestEscape to this quiet, country-style homestead in the heart of suburbia.The home at 54 Duncan St, Wynnum West, exudes classic elegance and comfort.Owners Deborah Scott-Ranson and Mark Thompson bought the 3327sq m property six years ago to cater for their big family. 54 Duncan St, Wynnum West“Between us, we’ve got seven children, so we needed somewhere with a lot of space,” Ms Scott-Ranson said.It didn’t disappoint, with seven bedrooms, three bathrooms, three lounge rooms, a huge outdoor patio and a large yard. 54 Duncan St, Wynnum WestMore 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“There’s always somewhere in that house to get away and have private time,” Ms Scott-Ranson said.She said it was the ideal escape from a busy life.“It’s a big family home and it’s very private,” Ms Scott-Ranson said. 54 Duncan St, Wynnum West“It doesn’t feel like you’re in the middle of suburbia – it feels like you’re out on acreage.“From the minute you walk in the door, it’s got a homely feel.”They have renovated parts of the home as their children have grown up and needed more space, but otherwise, Ms Scott-Ranson said it didn’t need a lot of work. 54 Duncan St, Wynnum WestShe said the upstairs bedrooms with the gabled ceilings were her favourite part of the home.She was also going to miss standing at the kitchen window that overlooks the patio and backyard.“We’ve had lots of big family gatherings there,” Ms Scott-Ranson said. 54 Duncan St, Wynnum WestShe said the children would miss the home, particularly its pool, big backyard and cubbyhouse in the front yard’s tree.“It’s a perfect place for kids to get lost in,” Ms Scott-Ranson said.It is also close to schools, public transport, the waterfront and Wynnum Plaza.