The auction for this Historic Residence built in 1886 known as “Roseville” was held in mid August 2010 and reportedly sold upwards of $4.5 Million. Having such a historic background it’s hard to believe a property like this could be purchased for under $10 Million. Being fully remodeled, the team did a great job mixing new with old and keeping some of the original charm and character.
Sitting near the peak of Tenneriffe Hill, with elevated North-facing living, this magnificent residence offers effortless contemporary living on a grand scale, combining exquisite original traditional features with practical and sleek modernity. Considered to be one of Brisbane’s crowning jewels, “Roseville” is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of Brisbane’s history, whilst enjoying the finest features and flexible living this grand property has to offer. Set over one level, the layout of this property is ideal for a relaxed lifestyle, and is easily configured to meet the needs of any growing family. Built in 1886 “Roseville” is an outstanding example of old meets new. Conveniently set on a level 22,000 Sq. Ft. lot this exceptional home is a late 19 Century residence built on a sandstone base with solid brick masonary walls, including all internal walls, and is one of Brisbane’s most famous and largest mansions on the edge of the CBD. Generous oversized rooms provide a practical floor plan throughout for a great family home.
Offering gorgeous street appeal, this elegant family residence is privately set in established fully landscaped gardens with a 59 Foot in-ground tiled pool, an outdoor kitchen, covered alfresco dining, garage space for 3 cars plus 3 more cars under cover. Located within walking distance of the hip cafe district of James Street, and only minutes to the CBD and all major Inner City schools.
Price: Sold at Auction in August for a Suggested $4,500,000+
Size: 7,800 Sq. Ft. Approx.
Speciality Items: Built in 1886, Known as “Roseville”, Oversized Room, In-Ground Pool, Fully Renovated, Commercial Grade Kitchen, Art Gallery Style Hallway (20 Meters Long), Conservatory, 4 Italian Fireplaces, Cedar Doors & Windows Throughout, Ducted Air Conditioning, 3 Water Features.
Address: 56 Chester Street, Newstead QLD 4006, Australia