The home at 17 Ramada Place, Fig Tree Pocket.“Fig Tree Pocket is an absolutely fantastic spot, and the street we’re in is great for families because the kids all play together, which is lovely,” he said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“That doesn’t happen much any more so I’m kind of a bit sad to sell.”Mr Vickers said the spacious house was the perfect family home, with plenty of room and a large pool on a big, quarter acre block. The home at 17 Ramada Place, Fig Tree Pocket.The pool is visible from most areas of the house, making it easy to keep an eye on the kids. The house features a grand entrance with manicured hedge work, three living areas, a large kitchen with enviable storage, ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning and plantation shutters throughout.There’s also a modern outdoor entertaining space with chic, industrial fans. The home at 17 Ramada Place, Fig Tree Pocket.Best of all, the home is in a peaceful position, close to the schools, shops, parklands. equestrian fields and river access for which Fig Tree Pocket has become famous.Mr Vickers also found the Legacy Way Tunnel handy for accommodating his travel commitments.Fig Tree Pocket is a high demand real estate market. It is only 9km from the CBD and has a median house price of $1.2 million, according to property data firm CoreLogic. The home at 17 Ramada Place, Fig Tree Pocket.IT’S not quite Ramsay Street, but Steve and Louise Vickers will miss their neighbours when they say goodbye to their Fig Tree Pocket home of four years.The owners of this magnificent six-bedroom home at 17 Ramada Place have come to treasure the street’s open-door policy and family-friendly atmosphere.Mr Vickers said his two kids would often get together with the other children in the street and play, and he felt confident in letting them do so.