Experience the high life on Townsville’s Castle Hill
PERCHED at the top of Gregory Street in one of Townsville’s most sought after locations, this house has been meticulously maintained, boasting high end finishes and character features.
Keta Roseby purchased this house in 2003 and renovated it from the ground up to make the most of it’s ocean and Castle Hill views.
“It really feels like you’re on holiday when you’re at home,” Ms Roseby said.
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“I think it’s the perfect mix between having a cottage-style home with resort-style living.
“We’re lucky to be tucked away and enjoy a lovely quiet neighbourhood while also having fantastic views.”
The house is surrounded by terraced lawns and sits on a fully-fenced 380sq m block.
Ms Roseby said it offered more than the typical Queenslander but maintained character features including gleaming timber floors, ornate cornice and ceiling roses.
“We complelty renovated the house when we first bought the property and you can feel that when you step inside,” Ms Roseby said.
“We removed a lot of the walls in the house so it’s much more open plan than it was so it’s not just your standard Queenslander.
”There are large windows to allow for natural light and views — our guests always comment on how warm the house feels when they visit.”
Boasting a Silky Oak kitchen with granite benchtops and a servery window to the back deck, the house has ample space to entertain.
“We have done lots of entertaining at the house and there is plenty of space to host guests,” Ms Roseby said.
“There is a large paved entertaining space which is overlooked from the rear timber deck and there’s a terraced garden out the front.”
“The only reason we are selling is to accommodate an elderly family member but we won’t be leaving the area.”