Just imagine the lifestyle and gracious living offered by this fine example of elegance and true craftsmanship.
Transvaal is one of those tightly held homes that grabs the heart and becomes more of a love affair, which is exactly why our vendors are only the third owners ever since the home was built in 1919.
Builder Ernest Clephane was highly respected around Launceston in the late 1800’s and some of his works included The Albert Hall, Duck Reach Power Station, The Majestic Theatre in Brisbane Street (now known as The Princess Theatre), National Theatre in Charles Street, The Gasworks in Cimitiere Street and the Launceston Church Grammar School.
When it came time to build his own family home he really wanted to make a statement and that’s exactly what he did after he designed and constructed 21 Home Street.
With tuck point brick work, beautiful leadlight windows, formal dining room, soaring 12″ ceilings, ornate fretwork and mantles, Transvaal takes all the hallmarks of federation period and blends it beautifully with modern day living.
This home really must be seen to be appreciated and must be sold on the 26th.
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