Inside 69A Glenrosa Rd, Red HillOn the first floor of the main home there is a master suite with walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite, plus two additional bedrooms, a bathroom and wraparound veranda. The poolhouse at 69A Glenrosa Rd, Red HillMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoMs Murphy said it was an essential addition to the property.“Before I added it, there was just the pool and a lot of empty space between it and the house,” she said. The deck at 69A Glenrosa Rd, Red HillMs Murphy said the deck was her favourite place to sit and relax.“The view from there is very serene,” she said.“It’s so nice to look out over the gardens, established trees and down to the pool. “It’s just beautiful.” The home at 69A Glenrosa Rd, Red HillOn the ground floor there is an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area and deck that leads down the path to the pool area. Inside the poolhouse at 69A Glenrosa Rd, Red Hill“I knew I needed to put something down there to make the pool a more enjoyable place to be.”In recent months, Ms Murphy added a designed tiled pathway to connect the main residence to the pool house and changed the colour palette to a Hamptons-style grey to “tie everything together.”“It was something I was always wanted to do, and now it’s pulled everything together,” she said. 69A Glenrosa Rd, Red HillLocated just 3km from Brisbane’s CBD is this Hamptons-style home. Owner Karen Murphy purchased the property at 39A Glenrosa Rd, Red Hill, in 2002 and has since completed three major renovations. The home at 69A Glenrosa Rd, Red Hill“The house is completely different to when I bought it,” she said.“I’ve transformed it inside and out, re-landscaped and built the additional pool house.”The stylish pool house, which is separate from the main residence, has a high-pitched roof, large glass windows, a kitchenette and living area, a loft bedroom and overlooks the pool and gardens.