Beachfront home fetches almost $500k more than expected MORE: How hot is the SEQ housing market right now? Open plan kitchen and dining.According to realestate.com.au data, that’s exactly what’s happened to this home this week – h has been renovated to fit a busy indoor-outdoor lifestyle – was the most viewed in the state this week, beating properties such as a beach house in Palm Beach to acreage on the Sunshine Coast.The three bedder originally had one bathroom and no garage, but thanks to a smart renovation plan, the owners transformed it into a home that has two bathrooms, a double lockup garage, open plan kitchen and large deck for entertaining.It hit the right mark for buyers’ wishlists, according to agent Haydn Denovan of Denovans Real Estate – Mitchelton. Spacious new deck.He listed the home at 97 Madsen Street, Keperra, as having been “exceptionally renovated” for modern lifestyles.“It really hit the mark in terms of what the market is looking for,” he told The Courier-Mail.“They converted a very modest post war home into a very well finished three bedroom, two bathroom. They added the second bathroom which was important for the demand that came through, which was a lot of young professional couples looking for their first home, a lot of upgraders looking for a bit more space around them.” Two designer bathrooms.“It’s an exceptional blueprint for anyone looking to upgrade their post war home for the current market.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago“I think if anyone was considering doing renovations around this area or broadly, this would be an exceptional blueprint for what the market is looking for, even down to the colour choices. The gentlemen have hit the nail of the head.” Brand new kitchen.Among the changes was new flooring, new plasterwork, a brand new kitchen with stone benchtops, two designer bathrooms, a new carport and a new deck. It also has solar panels, hardwired interconnected smoke alarms, was NBN ready, had energy and water efficiency devices throughout, with new wiring and plumbing, and was freshly pained. Indoor-outdoor flow.The home saw 74 groups come through, 54 of which were during a half-hour open on a Saturday. “We received seven formal offers in writing, and the gentlemen have accepted one of those, which is conditional for seven days.”The home was “ready to move into and enjoy with nothing more to do or spend”. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON TWITTER 97 Madsen Street, Keperra, QLDThis post war home could be on any street in Queensland and according to latest results, it’s exactly what buyers are hunting for – renovated.You know time’s have changed when the average three bedroom house has grown to such a high level of popularity that one of them has been propelled to become the most viewed home in Queensland right now.