The home at 9 Scarlet St, Burpengary East is for saleA HOME made for family is on the market in Burpengary East.Luke and Cathryn Butter built the five-bedroom house at 9 Scarlet St in 2002 to suit their family of four.“We made sure to include space for a cricket pitch and footy field for our active kids. And we planned the house around the northerly aspect,” Mrs Butter said. The home is on a 2000sq m block and has multiple living and outdoor areas. The master bedroom has an ensuite, built-in wardrobes and a private courtyard while the three other bedrooms have built-in robes. The master bedroom has a private courtyard.“About 90 per cent of the home can’t be seen from the road but it is still very spacious,” she said. “It’s a great home for entertaining — we had 32 people here for Christmas and there was plenty of room out the back for a couple of gazebos and tables.”Mrs Butter said she was going to miss having a choice of living areas. “You can be sitting out the back on the veranda having a coffee and kids can be in the pool room with their mates, and you’re not on top of each other but not so far apart that you’re disjoined,” she said. The home also has an abundance of storage space, a double lock up garage, a carport and a shed. The kitchen has stone benchtops.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The rumpus room with built-in bar opens to a covered courtyard and the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area has access to the entertainment patio and a second outdoor area.The kitchen has near-new Smeg appliances, a stainless steel rangehood, stone benchtops and a servery window to the back patio.The family room has built-in bookshelves and a wood heater. Mrs Butter said the home was designed to be private sanctuary.