Imagine summer by the pool at 177 Banks Street, Alderley.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home, marketed by Belle Property — Wilston selling agent Daniel McGahan, was fully restored and an expansive indoor/outdoor living zone added to connect the living spaces to the garden.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoFREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here 177 Banks Street, Alderley.Mr McGahan said the property, on a 756sq m block, was Brisbane’s most iconic and architecturally awarded homes and had featured in magazines and books.He said it had been used as the backdrop for fashion shoots and television commercials.The Tim ‘Rosso’ Ross’ live event, Man About the House, is a nostalgic tribute to 1940s and 50s Australia and “brought the house down” at Australia’s prestige modernist houses, including the famous Rose Seidler house in Sydney. The show has entertained audiences around the globe including as part of the London Festival of Archtiecture, Venice Architecture Biennale and modernist mecca Palm Springs.Those without a ticket can see the house for free on Saturday as it opens its doors again for an open inspection — the first time the property has been for public sale in 30 years.The open home is from 1.30-2.15pm. The best place to relax and unwind at 177 Banks Street, Alderley. 177 Banks Street, Alderley.The renovation, designed by architect Paul Owen (formerly Owen and Vokes), won the state’s top architecture awards in 2005, securing Queensland House of the Year and the Robin Dods Award. It then went on to be a runner up at the National Awards. 177 Banks Street, Alderley.Australian comedian Tim ‘Rosso’ Ross is set to bring his talent to the lounge room of one of Brisbane’s 1940s award-winning art deco homes.Formerly of Merrick and Rosso (the comedy show), will be performed on Friday night to 50 of Brisbane’s architecture and deco enthusiasts at 177 Banks St, Alderley.