This Cornubia home has views as far as the eye can see

October 6, 2020

first_img23 Torulosa Street, Cornubia“It’s beautiful upstairs because you overlook the bay,” Mr Spicer said.The 630sq m block was part of a larger parcel of land that Mr Spicer subdivided into four.“This was the one that I liked,” Mr Spicer said.He built the two-storey home, which is in a quiet and highly sought-after pocket of Cornubia, in 2011. 23 Torulosa Street, CornubiaMore from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The ground floor offers dual living.It has one bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, an open living and dining room, a combined kitchen and laundry, bathroom with separate toilet, paved courtyard and single car space.Upstairs is the main part of the house. 23 Torulosa Street, CornubiaThere are four bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes, while the master has an ensuite and his and her robes.The home also has a salt water swimming pool, and an outdoor spa surrounded by a tropical garden, as well as a double garage. 23 Torulosa Street, CornubiaThe chef-style kitchen has black stone benchtops and stainless steel appliances while the family room opens up onto a balcony, where the best of the views can be seen. 23 Torulosa Street, CornubiaDEVELOPERS made the most of the view from this elevated block when designing the modern house that now sits on it.Owner Howard Spicer, who contributed to the design, said the distant view of coast as far as Moreton Island was one of the best features of 23 Torulosa St, Cornubia. 23 Torulosa Street, CornubiaMr Spicer said it was easy to maintain and a good size for families.“It’s pretty comfortable and it suits pretty well every family,” he said.He is selling the home to downsize.“It’s too big for just me,” Mr Spicer said. 23 Torulosa Street, Cornubialast_img

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