Buyers can have the chance to own a slice of Brisbane history

first_imgCheck out the bathroom at 23 Curlew Street, Toowong.Ms Bugler converted the ballroom into a bridal suite, but there are five other bedrooms as well as a granny flat.Many of the original features have been retained over the years.“I’ve done quite a bit of renovation to it, while the woman who owned it before me was from Boston, so the decor is very Bostonian,” Ms Bugler said. 23 Curlew Street, Toowong.Michelle Bugler has used the colonial residence to run a bed and breakfast accommodation business for the past decade.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“The Toowong Historical Society said it was built by a Mr Wells, the first manager of the Bank of New South Wales in the city,” Ms Bugler said.“They believe it was built around 1886 and the ballroom was to receive Mr Wells’ guests.” Inside 23 Curlew Street, Toowong. 23 Curlew Street, Toowong.A stately colonial home at Toowong has hit the market for the first time in 12 years.The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home at 23 Curlew St has a rich past dating back to the 1800s when the area was home to elite upper-middle class residents who worked in the city. The kitchen at 23 Curlew Street, Toowong.Agent Dr Paul Howe, of Oxbridge@Realty, is selling the property, which is on a 753sq m hilltop block, via private appointment.last_img