39 Instow Street, YerongaIt also has its own outdoor deck.Mrs Lambert said the decks and bi-fold doors are her favourite feature of the home.“The whole house virtually opens up at the river so you get great breezes,” Mrs Lambert said.“There’s not much on the market at the moment with riverfront properties. 39 Instow Street, Yeronga 39 Instow Street, YerongaOwners Brooke and Spencer Lambert have decided its time to downsize since their children have moved on.“We’ve been there for nearly 12 years now,” Mrs Lambert said.“It’s just a great family home.” 39 Instow Street, YerongaIt also has a bar and floor to ceiling bi-fold doors that open onto a large entertaining deck.Upstairs, there is a combined kitchen, living and dining area that opens up onto a balcony.The loft-style master bedroom is a haven connected to the home via an internal suspended walkway. 39 Instow Street, YerongaTHIS swish riverfront perfectly blends the relaxing holiday resort vibe with a family home.Perched on the bank of the Brisbane River, the five-bedroom abode at 39 Instow St, Yeronga makes for the ideal escape from a busy lifestyle. 39 Instow Street, Yeronga“Yeronga is one of those suburbs where people generally don’t leave (so) it’s really hard to get into now.”She said it was an ideal location for buyers on the hunt for a private home.“It’s a dead-end street so there’s no traffic or anything, it’s a really quiet street,” Mrs Lambert said. 39 Instow Street, YerongaThe two-storey home boasts a salt water swimming pool and private pontoon, which Mrs Lambert said their children adored growing up.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 kids just had a great time on the river – they had tinnies and jetskis,” Mrs Lambert said.There are four bedrooms on the ground floor as well as a study, two bathrooms and a large family room.