Like the TARDIS, it seems bigger on the inside.Outside it a large pool area surrounded by greenery. “The pool is actually higher than the park, so if anyone walks by they can’t see you,” she said. Modern comfort.Owner Carolyn Adams bought the home a decade ago so that her family would have a good place to stay when they visited her. “My son and his wife were working overseas with a new baby and I thought if they needed to come back unexpectedly then there should be somewhere nice for them to come back to,” she said. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago 11 Scarba St, Middle Park.LOOKS can be deceiving when you see the house at 11 Scarba St from the outside. From the front of the house it looks like a cosy,but small home that would only be suited for one or two people.What you cannot see from the street is how the uniquely designed home is built around the hill and the modest looking home is a lot larger than it seems.Split over two levels, the ground floor is built below the entrance to the house to fit in with the hill at the back of the property. It overlooks a council nature park.She made a few changes in recent years, including new carpets and sliding doors, but overall the home has remained the same since the day she first walked in.She was selling up to be closer to family, but she hoped that a family would get enjoyment out of the expansive home. “It has been a wonderful grandma house but for anyone with young children it would be fantastic,” she said. Bigger from the back.The home had more than enough space for her extended family.A downstairs level that faces a park has four large bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate ensuite in the main bedroom.Upstairs is for socialising with a rumpus room, kitchen dining, lounge as well as a patio that overlooks the neighbouring parkland.