Brisbane Heat player Mark Steketee snags Everton Park home as Big Bash season kicks off

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A Brisbane Heat player has bought a Brisbane home, in the northside's Everton Hills.

Mark Steketee will be hitting the pitch on Wednesday when the Heat take on the Sydney Thunder at the Gabba.

Steketee's new home is a three, bedroom, two bathroom home with a good sized backyard, perfect for some casual backyard cricket during family get togethers.

The house has been renovated on the inside with a modern, on trend kitchen and updated bedrooms and bathrooms.

Outside is a large deck with built in barbecue and beer fridge, perfect for parties and keeping an eye on the backyard cricket action.

The downstairs are is a rumpus room, where you'll find the home's second bathroom and laundry.

Steketee paid $680,000 for the house, which last traded hands in 2015 for $500,000. Since then it's been updated with fresh paint and carpets in the bedrooms.

The Everton Hills home is close to shops, schools, and the popular Kedron Brook walking track.

It was listed for sale by Harcourts Solutions' Michael Knowles. His listing described the home as an entertainers' delight and a great home to raise a family.

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