56 Longman Terrace, Chelmer.THIS elegant family home is in one of Chelmer’s most sought-after enclaves. Owner Helen Phillips has lived in the area for more than 40 years and bought the property at 56 Longman Terrace 17 years ago.“It’s my fourth house within a kilometre radius,” she said. “I’ve had the same neighbours for over 25 years. We’re extremely close.”Ms Phillips said the home had gone on the market around the same time her parents moved into the care home next door. “It was fate. I moved in next door to be close to them,” she said. “Back then there was a gate between us for direct access.”Ms Phillips said she had made extensive renovations to the property.“As our family grew and my children had children and moved overseas and interstate, I added an additional level to accommodate visiting family members,” she said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago“Over Christmas I managed to squeeze 17 people into the house.”The three-level home sits on a 1012sq m parcel of elevated land. On the main level there is a large covered front veranda, and multiple living and dining areas, a kitchen, guest bedroom with ensuite, additional bedroom, bathroom and laundry. There is also a covered patio that overlooks the pool area. Upstairs, there is a master suite with two balconies, dressing room, ensuite and office space.On the ground floor there is a self-contained fourth bedroom with kitchenette and bathroom and a two-car garage. “It has a wonderful, seamless flow from inside to out and an open-air feeling which makes it great for entertaining,” Ms Phillips said. She said Longman Terrace was a lovely street to live in, that had a wonderful “family feel” to it.