Located in one of East Toowoomba’s finest streets, is a veiled home showcasing all the definitive trademarks of its early vintage. The home has a rich history, originally constructed for the Pigott Family in the late 1800’s and was also the birthplace in 1926 for 4GR, Queensland’s first commercial radio station.
From the street, a hint of intrigue raises expectations and the home does not disappoint. Behind a towering private hedge is a much loved home set among wonderful established gardens. On entry, exquisite period features can be seen and these are carried throughout. Polished timber floors, leadlight, superb ornate high ceilings and gorgeous fireplaces imbue the home with all the charm and character of a bygone era.
Entertaining is made easy with a spectrum of inviting retreats. All leisure pursuits are catered for with ample space including a formal lounge and separate formal dining, central library, and a spacious casual lounge and dining. More room to play and relax is available in a rumpus room perfect for a billiards table and a utility room for hobbies. The kitchen with quality appliances and beautiful granite benchtops enjoys a northerly aspect and flows effortlessly to a covered alfresco entertaining area that overlooks a generous in ground saltwater pool.
The expansive family home includes six bedrooms, three bathrooms, separate office, plus comprehensive extras including reverse cycle air conditioning, double car accommodation with drive through access to rear powered shed and outdoor sauna. This wonderful turn of the century character home is a within walking distance of the regions prominent east side schools, gorgeous park lands, popular coffee shops and Toowoomba’s vibrant CBD.
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