ROSEMONT - REFINED COLONIAL MASTERPIECE

A rare find indeed combining the quintessential colonial home with luxurious modern convenience.

Set back on a manicured half acre and dressed with a brick and picket fence, the street appeal is unrivalled.

The cedar and leadlight front entry opens to a wide hall with formal living to the right featuring the original fireplace and French doors to the verandah.

The bedroom to the left has an ensuite, making it a perfect guest or teenager’s room. The second bedroom and third bedrooms are off the central living space, each opening directly to the wide verandahs that surround the home.

The master suite, with newly added ensuite and walk in robe, opens onto beautifully secluded gardens from which the Grammar School clock chimes can be heard, announcing each daylight hour.

The main bathroom adjoins the oversized laundry complete with large Victorian ceiling airer, and ample space for ironing and sewing.

The gorgeous Hampton style kitchen has excellent bench and cupboard space and flows through a casual meals area, opening on one end to the verandah and the other to the pool.

Outside infrastructure includes established garden rooms, four car accommodation including 2 separate timber garages, one of which is already plumbed and could easily be converted to granny flat for dual living (STCA).

So conveniently located walking distance to Grammar School, Catholic precinct, top of town, train station and bus stop.

Built in 1872, Rosemont is one of the oldest homes central Ipswich. The former home of Andrew Henry Barlow, a member of the Legislative Assembly for the seat of Ipswich in 1892 and a member of the Queensland Upper House in 1896, Rosemont is a square, hip roofed house with verandahs on three side and a brick chimney. Decorative timber features typical of the Federation period include the triple-railed verandah with dowel balustrades, fretwork fanlights above the internal doors and sidelights at the front door. The decorative timber beneath the verandah eaves is not of a typical design.

Recent renovations, including a new Daikin ducted air-conditioning system with 5 year warranty, fresh paint inside and out, restump, extensive electrical upgrade including new heritage light fittings and power points, new back-to-base security system and automatic gate, two new bathrooms and new pluming, have restored and improved this beautiful old home.

Executive living for today’s family.

For sale by Tender Due 11am Saturday 3rd March.

4 3 4
Suburb Sadliers Crossing
Address 19 Burnett St
State QLD
Price TENDER
Property Type residential
Property ID 1041
Category House
Land Area 2,458 m2
Floor Area 208 m2

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  Saturday 3 March 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

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