DATING back to 1885, this heritage residence, called Goldicott, exudes yesteryear charm with traditional features and large, elegant rooms. It occupies an elevated position on a 12,340sq m block, close to shopping centres, restaurants and the Brisbane CBD. The clever, elongated design includes nine bedrooms and multiple, spacious living areas, bordered by covered verandas with panoramic city views. 65 Grove Cres, Toowong.Six bedrooms occupy the opposite side, including four with built-in wardrobes and one with a fireplace and bay window. They sit alongside a sunroom and extensive bathroom with three toilets, three vanities and a separate shower and bathtub. Designed with rooms side-by-side, the rear of the property includes two kitchens with quality appliances and spacious benchtops. There are three more bedrooms, including the main, which has a walk-in wardrobe, private entry and an ensuite with double vanity. External stairs lead to the ground floor, which has a large laundry, additional bathroom and three more multipurpose rooms. Extra storage space is available in a shed next to a double carport. Outside, a brick pathway meanders around established gardens. Agent Andrew Degn said this was a rare property of unsurpassed substance and style, with extensive grounds that offered development opportunities. “Goldicott is a prized property where past and present combine to create luxurious living,” he said. 65 Grove Cres, Toowong.Classic features – rich in history and beauty – flow throughout the house, including high ceilings, decorative cornices, glass-framed doorways and timber finishes.The exterior of the home at 65 Grove Crescent, Toowong, combines established hedges with a dramatic staircase, ornate gable, chimneys and wraparound veranda featuring decorative fretwork. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoLeadlight windows frame the front door, which opens to a long hallway that splits part of the house into two distinct sections. One side has two living rooms and a formal dining room, all of which have fireplaces. Timber bi-fold doors let the living rooms combine into one large area with chandeliers and a bay window.