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Luxury Cotswold Hills home will go to highest bidder

373 Boundary Street Cotswold Hills Qld 4350 Domain Photo Contributed
373 Boundary Street Cotswold Hills Qld 4350 Domain Photo Contributed

LOOKING at luxury homes like this Scandinavian-inspired masterpiece in Cotswold Hills is enough to cause envy in any homeowner.

If you have the money, property gurus say now is the perfect time to buy in Toowoomba.

The 2013 Fast 50 report by Smart Property Investment has placed Toowoomba as one of the hottest investment spots in the country.

"Few places are better located than Toowoomba to benefit from the greatest force in the Australian resources sector: the LNG industry," said Fast 50 contributor Terry Ryder.

"The Surat Basin, just outside Toowoomba, is alive with gas-related activity, adding a major additional element to the city's strong and diversified economy."

A purpose-built media room with cinema-style projection screen is included in the package.
A purpose-built media room with cinema-style projection screen is included in the package.

This seven-bedroom Boundary St home may be out of the price range of most investors, but its innovative design can not be ignored.

It sits on a manicured 20,234sq m parcel of land with views to the surrounding countryside and includes a grand entrance perfect for showcasing artwork.

The list of lavish additions goes on, including a purpose-built media room with projection screen, secure cellar and a library and adjoining living room serviced by a complete wet bar.

Two offices, five bathrooms, a spa and sauna, a swimming pool and a tennis court make this one of Toowoomba's most luxurious homes.

A full-size tennis court is set in the manicured grounds.
A full-size tennis court is set in the manicured grounds.
  • The home will go to auction on Saturday, February 16. For inspections call McGrath agent Grant Nissen on 0418 725 126.
  • Don't miss the Domain property lift-out in Saturday's Chronicle.
  • Preview the weekend's home sales on Page 35 tomorrow.

Topics:  cotswold hills, domain, homes, houses, property, toowoomba




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