SNEAK PEEK: Revitalised heritage home goes under hammer

Kimberley and Josh Goodall of JSG Constructions with their East Toowoomba renovation on Lindsay St, Tuesday, August 17, 2021. Picture: Kevin Farmer

A husband and wife duo has given new life to an East Toowoomba cottage, transforming it into a soon-to-be dream home for one lucky bidder.

For JSG Constructions director Josh Goodall, home renovations are nothing new.

But it’s the first time the business owner has taken on a major project with the help of his wife Kimberley.

Together, the pair have transformed a cottage from the 1930s, into a luxurious and character-rich home.

Kimberley and Josh Goodall of JSG Constructions with their East Toowoomba renovation on Lindsay St. Picture: Kevin Farmer

“I love working on colonial homes and thought this was a great opportunity to showcase what we can do,” Mr Goodall said.

“With the style of the home, we’ve stayed true to its age, but have added a modern twist, especially in the kitchen and bathroom.”

Kimberley and Josh Goodall of JSG Constructions with their East Toowoomba renovation on Lindsay St. Picture: Kevin Farmer

Over just 12 months, the couple have spent every weekend working on the property which was almost completely rebuilt.

The build saw the home extended three ways and by 141 square metres.

Featuring white VJ walls and wooden floors, the heritage home’s rich history has been honoured through its architraves and windows.

The spacious property has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, two living areas and a study.

Set to hit the market next week, the Lindsay St property will go to auction on September 11 at 11am. Contact Cooper Watson at RealWay on 0427 557 654.

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