There’s even a claw foot bath.Located on a 478sq m block, the home is jam-packed with features including the classic entertainment deck — at the rear of the home — separate dining and living rooms, claw foot bath and original fixtures and fittings.“We had multiple offers on it. All locals. We don’t get too many Queenslanders on the Sunshine Coast,” Mr Smith said.The home sold for about $90,000 higher than the median price for four bedders in Nambour. This restored Queenslander has changed hands for $510,000.THIS may well be the prettiest house you see today — a four bedroom 1928 Queenslander that’s been restored and sold for $510,000.Original VJ walls, character timber flooring, fretwork, high ceilings and original casement windows make this home the quintessential Queenslander and that’s what drew buyers in, according to agent Grant Smith of Century 21 Sunshine Coast.The property at 11 George Street, Nambour, sold with two weeks of he and colleague Jacqui Dell listing it. It came on the market at $525,000 on January 10 and by the 24th it was under contract. This spot and a glass of lemonade on a balmy afternoon would be bliss.“The charm and character of the property got it up and it’s a small low maintenance block,” Mr Smith said. “We are seeing strong growth in past 12 months, seeing prices go up.”The home was “rumoured to have belonged to the mayor of the 1940s” and marketed as having “rich charm and history, if only walls could talk”. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe home has four bedrooms. It looks quite stately in those colours. Spacious and airy kitchen. Loads of room for separate dining.