The lovely spa at 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom Queensland colonial cottage has plenty of charm and original features, including hoop pine and hardwood timber floors, high VJ timber walls, sash windows and an original ornate enclosed front-entry veranda.Ms Whitsield said her favourite part of the home was the downstairs area, which opened up onto the landscaped backyard.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 2020She said the home had three decks, one at the front, one at the back and another leading to the garden. 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.Simone Whitsield has made the decision to downsize from her beautiful character-filled oasis at Cannon Hill.Ms Whitsield has lived there for almost eight years and said the amenities in the area drew her to the suburb.“Being close to public transport and the CBD was important to me,” she said. 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.Walk downstairs from the deck and you will be surprised by the enormous built-in Bali-style saltwater spa and huge main bedroom which is complete with its own media room, ensuite bathroom and study. This could be the perfect space for a luxurious parent’s retreat. The large backyard at 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.The first level of the home has two bedrooms and one bathroom with a separate sitting/reading room and an open-plan lounge which leads on to a covered deck.There is also a kitchen with modern appliances. 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.The spa would be the ideal place to relax and unwind after a hard day at work.Ms Whitsield said the upstairs of the home was original and built in 1906.She said the property would suit a family with teenage children or a professional couple.Ray White — Coorparoo selling agent Shawn Woolf said the home was only 6km from Brisbane’s CBD.