The home at 10 Yeeda Ct, Shailer ParkA large rumpus room opens through sliding doors to the poolside deck. Ms Wilson said her favourite part of the home was the front deck. “It’s cool with beautiful views and it’s easy to sit out there and relax,” she said. Ms Wilson said the home was great for entertaining. The home at 10 Yeeda Ct, Shailer Park.Ms Wilson said they wanted a tin house and thought the contrasting pink colour scheme would make it a “bit funky and different”.“When we first built it, people would stop and look all the time, but not so much now. Sometimes I’ll still see a car pull up across the road and have a look,” she said. The home is on an elevated 1120sq m block and has high ceilings, big windows and timber floors. 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 The home at 10 Yeeda Ct, Shailer ParkThe house has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area open to the front deck. There is also a study, powder room and laundry off the main living space. The master bedroom has a private balcony, walk-in robe and ensuite, and the remaining bedrooms have built-in robes. The home at 10 Yeeda Ct, Shailer Park.THIS striking multi-level home was architecturally designed and built to stand out. Owners Anne and Arron Wilson built the four-bedroom property at 10 Yeeda Court, Shailer Park to be the perfect home for their family of five. “It’s in a lovely neighbourhood and very quiet,” Ms Wilson said. “I found the block of land 16 years ago and said to my husband, ‘This is where I want to be.’ ” The home at 10 Yeeda Ct, Shailer Park“We have our barbecue set up on the front patio so it’s handy to the kitchen,” she said.“When the kids were little we had the barbecue set up on the back patio close to the pool but as the kids became teenagers they could have their friends at the back and we had our adult area at the front.” The property is being marketed by Julie Crittenden of LJ Hooker Kenmore.