8 Thorn St, Ipswich.The home has everything you could wish for including beautiful coloured glass windows and doors, polished wooden floors, an office area, a large front deck and an even bigger entertaining deck at the rear. It has an alarm system, airconditioning throughout and solar panels to keep your power bill down to a minimum. 8 Thorn St, Ipswich.Ray White Bundamba agent Luke Buckel said easy care gardens and small lawn areas mean the new owner would not have to spend weekends caring for their property.Mr Buckel said the home had two ensuites and a bathroom, automatic gate and has an upstairs laundry.“This is a rare quality, inner-city home with character and class that will quickly be snapped up,” Mr Buckel said.There is a garden shed and plenty of storage space under the home if needed.The retreat area downstairs has its own private deck, small office nook, ensuite and is perfect for a teenager or parent with its own separate entrance.The property is close to restaurants, cafes, supermarkets and the expanding Ipswich medical precinct. 8 Thorn St, Ipswich.The home was built on the site of the first cottage to be built in Ipswich, by George Thorn.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019It sits behind the oldest heritage home in Ipswich, Claremont, and its sprawling established gardens. 8 Thorn St, Ipswich.Peter Chapman’s home at 8 Thorn St, Ipswich no doubt combines heritage charm and modern design.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home features an impressive teenager’s retreat. Renovated just two years ago by one of the district’s leading heritage builders, the owners have added their own touches to make the home inviting and warm.