Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Best of Everything in Grand Home

Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Best of Everything in Grand Home

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THE grandeur of this property is unsurpassed, with a spectacular location and exquisite design.

Located at 10 Sinclair St, East Toowoomba, the home is 92 squares in total and built over four levels, this includes multiple balconies.

The Victorian styled home, with red brick, white mortar and rendered columns, is absolutely stunning both inside and out with the ultimate in technology and quality throughout.

This amazing home was designed by Toowoomba architect Paul Brundell and the construction was finished in 2006, after the original home on the allotment was demolished to make room for this dream home.

From the moment you set foot in the double storey foyer, which is complete with Austrian chandelier and spiral staircase with hand-forged balustrade, you know to expect the very best from this beautiful home.

Entertaining was front of mind during the design phase of this property with stunning living areas abounding.

The breathtaking kitchen is an absolute dream and makes whipping up a gourmet meal a breeze.

It is finished with white two-pac cabinetry with soft-close drawers, a large pantry, Blue Volga Russian granite benchtops, double full sink with insinkerator, integrated Miele dishwasher, ILVE double electric ovens with corresponding gas cooktops and glass display cabinetry.

The kitchen flows through to the informal dining room which boasts coffered ceilings with decorative plaster work and plantation shutters.

Opening off this space is the formal dining room, which also features coffered ceilings with decorative plaster work, an Austrian chandelier, formal drapes with sun protection blinds and large windows capturing stunning valley views.

To round out the living spaces in this area is a stunning formal lounge which again has coffered ceilings with decorative plaster work, a sandstone fireplace which was salvaged from the 1951 original home, gas point, TV point and decorative timber doors to separate the lounge and the formal dining room. …

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