This seven-bedroom home at Hillview Ct was handcrafted by its original owner.
This seven-bedroom home at Hillview Ct was handcrafted by its original owner. Contributed

This home has a wow factor that just stuns

BUYER curiosity abounds around this $1.5 million Top Camp home with its own English pub-style billiards room, mezzanine library and roof top spa.

The architectural oddity is built using a creative combination of steel and recycled timber.

The property is just six kilometres south of Toowoomba.

The real art is in the detail.

The master bedroom includes 18ct gold lace painting and an Italian marble ensuite.

Each of the remaining six themed bedrooms feature one-of-a-kind artworks and private balconies.

McGrath Toowoomba agent Matt Hammond said inspections were strictly by appointment.

"There is nothing else like it out there - it was handcrafted by the original seller," he said.

"When I take people in there, I don't need to say a word.

"It has the wow factor and really sells itself."

In 2010, the property sold quickly to its current owner, who has decided to move on.

A tour of the property reveals even more custom-made curiosities, not least, a spa bath under the stars which has been installed on the roof.

The in-ground pool area features a wet-bar, kitchen and pizza oven.

The home is centrally heated by ducts coming from the ornate fire place.

"It has only been on the market for a couple of weeks, but there is a lot of interest already," Mr Hammond said.

For inspections call Matt Hammond on 0400 005 571.

Don't miss the Domain property lift-out in tomorrow's Chronicle.

Preview the weekend's open homes on Pages 42 and 43 today.



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