The matching cubby house at 43 Leybourne St, ChelmerThe home has an in-ground pool, fireplace and cubby house in matching paint colours. Ms Peirce said Queenslander homes were becoming popular with interstate buyers. “They love the look and the lifestyle a Queenslander home brings,” she said. Inside 43 Leybourne St, ChelmerMarketing agent Maria Peirce of Belle Property, Sherwood, said the sale of 43 Leybourne St, Chelmer was a good result for the local market.“It was very popular,” she said. “I could have sold it 10 times over.” The home at 43 Leybourne St, ChelmerMs Peirce said the new owners were renting out the home for now.“They’ll be moving down to Brisbane in next year or so,” she said.Ms Peirce said it was “very sought-after due to how pretty it was,” and attracted a lot of buyers with its open-plan layout, neutral colours and fresh paintwork.“Everyone who saw it loved the facade,” she said. Inside 43 Leybourne St, ChelmerMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoMs Peirce said they had five offers on the property, all from families, however, it was a young family from the Northern Territory who secured the home with the final offer. 43 Leybourne St, ChelmerThis quintessential Queenslander home has sold for $1,280,000.