7 Black St, YeerongpillyThe kitchen has stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and plenty of storage. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe, the two other bedrooms have built-ins and there is a family bathroom. Downstairs, there are two more bedrooms with built-ins, a study, living room, laundry and bathroom. The home at 7 Black St, Yeerongpilly.THIS renovated family home has been transformed into the ultimate entertainer. Owners Rhonda and Tosin Aro bought 7 Black St, Yeerongpilly, in 2003. “We effectively turned it from a three-bedroom house to a five-bedroom plus study house,” Ms Aro said. “We created two extra bedrooms downstairs and we knocked out walls upstairs to create open-plan living. “We renovated the kitchen and we recently updated both bathrooms.” 7 Black St, YeerongpillyMs Aro said her favourite part of the home was the living area opening to the deck, which made entertaining a breeze. “It’s a house well set up for modern living and entertaining. We’ve had a lot of parties at the house,” she said. 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“We also have a fire pit area downstairs and we were famous among our friends for our fire pit Fridays.” Upstairs, the home has a galley-style kitchen, dining room and living area flowing out through french doors to the deck. 7 Black St, YeerongpillyMs Aro said the home was suited to a family that likes to have people over. “It’s very much an entertainer’s house and it’s also perfect for dual living,” she said. “We had two teenage daughters at home and they’d occupy the bottom level while we had the top level.” Ms Aro said the home was in a friendly neighbourhood.