THIS Jimboomba property has been more than just a home for Karl Sue-See.
It has been the place where he has fostered a motocross community, with his 4.19ha property known at “The Misled Compound”.
“We sponsor kids (for motocross), the ones that don’t get help,” Mr Sue-See said.
“They come out to train.
“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do — give kids the help I didn’t get.”
Now it is up for sale.
Mr Sue-See’s property at 104-114 Mona Drive has everything for adrenaline seekers, from a motocross track with jumps and a foam landing pit, to a half-pipe, mini basketball court and an inground trampoline.
There is also a recently built lean-to, which has downlights, fans and a built in barbecue, which is perfect for gatherings.
“We’re known for our Christmas party,” Mr Sue-See said.
Mr Sue-See started renovating the two-level house about six months ago, and has completed everything himself apart from the electrical and plumbing work.
“I was a concreter and now I’m a builder,” he said.
“Everyone thinks the walls are wallpaper, but it’s actually a concrete render I’ve done myself.”
Mr Sue-See also custom-made the polished concrete benches in the kitchen, which adds to the house’s industrial vibe.
The main level of the house has two bedrooms, a study, an open-plan kitchen and dining that leads to a deck, a rumpus and lounge. Upstairs is the master suite.
Mr Sue-See said he would enjoy it if a buyer could keep the motocross track, but said it was not a deal-breaker.
“I’d love it to be (bought by someone who would keep the tracks), but if I have to flatten the jumps, I will, if it’s going to be a problem for anyone.”