12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121
12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD 4121

12 Tarragindi Road Tarragindi, QLD

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Sold on 1 Aug 2012

This circa 1890's colonial home sits proudly on 1965m2 of landscaped grounds.

History reveals the original land owners were responsible for naming the suburb "Tarragindi". Their home was named in honour of their islander worker, Tarragindi Tasseroni who cleared their land for "Tarragindi House" and "The Wilderness". "Tarragindi" was later to become the official name of the suburb in the 1930's.

On entering this historic homestead you will be impressed by the generous proportions, intricate details and craftsmanship traditionally associated with the grand homes of this era.
Create your dream home by renovating this homestead back to its former glory.

From the full length sash windows to the wide inviting arched hallway, this home oozes history. The central hallway leads you to the main bedroom with fireplace, enormous second bedroom (originally 2 rooms) and a third bedroom, all of which open to the wrap around verandah.

The ballroom sized formal living room features a fireplace and stunning floor to ceiling bay window with beautiful lead lights features and floor to ceiling sash windows opening onto the verandah.

The entrance to the formal dining and kitchen features a leadlight skylight and an arched intricate timber and leadlight wall separating the stairwell, kitchen and dining room. The formal dining room has a bay window and leadlight door opening to the verandah.

An additional living room, bedroom plus sleepout/study and kitchenette at the rear of the house could be converted to a granny flat or extended living area.

The internal stairs lead to storerooms which were originally maids quarters.

Floor to ceiling sash windows and timber shutters create charm and style and feature in the majority of rooms opening to the wide wrap around verandahs allowing north easterly breezes to flow through most rooms.

Due to urbanization, original colonial homes of historic significance are rare, and ever rarer still to be found on grounds of this size so close to the CBD.

This is an opportunity to restore an iconic home to its former glory and create its future history.

Walk to bus, schools, shops, parks and enjoy the bikeway to the CBD.

Auction on site
11am Saturday 5th May 2012.

Contact Sue Jackson or Tom Sumbulla for further information.

Sustainability Declaration available upon request.


Key Property Details

  • Close to Bus
  • Close to Transport
  • Dining Room
  • Established Gardens
  • Family Room
  • Fenced Back Yard
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Formal Lounge
  • Fret work over Doors
  • Garden Shed
  • High Ceilings
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Lounge
  • Security Screens
  • Storage
  • Study
  • Sunroom
  • Verandah
  • Workshop

  • Property Type: House
  • Construction: Timber
  • Zoning: RES A
  • Land Area: 1,965 m²