Homes from a bygone era are Brisbane’s most popular

first_img16 Hillside Crescent, Hamilton.It was originally built for Kate Quinlan, a founder of Castlemaine Brewery.Lacework and columns surround substantial verandas and there are also original lead lights that surround the entry door.There are numerous chandeliers and brass lights throughout and four fireplaces three of which are surrounded by original marble.It is listed through Christine Rudolph and Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm.Rounding out the top five this week was a three-bedroom house at 96 Albion Rd, Windsor. It has a price guide of offers over $599,000. The worker’s cottage is surrounded by mature trees on a 405sq m. 9 Craven St, Clayfield.The home was the most viewed property in Queensland on realestate.com.au last week.There is a children’s retreat on the upper level of the home which also has a fully self-contained studio apartment.Living and entertainment areas are all on one level. There is also a swimming pool with a spa and gas heating at the property. 134 Ironwood St, AspleyMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoThere is a downstairs bedroom which is large enough to be suitable as a second main bedroom. The actual main bedroom has its own balcony and views of the bush.It is listed through Tristan Rowland and Thomas Young of Place Aspley.It was to the Gold Coast for the third most viewed property this week at 19 Donegal Crescent, Sorrento. 19 Donegal Crescent, Sorrento. Picture: realestate.com.auThe six-bedroom home is seeking offers of more than $3.995 million. It has high ceilings and large entertainment pavilions with views of Main Rivers and mountains.It has an infinity heated swimming pool and elevated spa lined with Italian glass mosaic tiles. The kitchen has a large butler’s pantry and a wine cellar. It is listed through Isaac and Maria Genc of Genc & Co.The fourth most viewed listing on realestate.com.au in Queensland this week was at 16 Hillside Crescent, Hamilton. The five-bedroom home, known as Marie Ville was built in the 1800s.The Victorian Filigree home is on a 1970sq m block with formal gardens and views of the city and Brisbane River. 9 Craven St, Clayfield.A ONE of a kind Clayfield property was the one more potential buyers were keen to look at than any other last week.The six-bedroom home at 9 Craven St, Clayfield was built in the 1930s.It is on a 1240sq m block of fully landscaped block land with a championship-sized tennis court. 9 Craven St, Clayfield.There are hardwood timber floors and custom-made joinery plus room for wine storage and a study room.It is listed for auction on June 9 through Matt Lancashire and Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm.The second most viewed property this week was a four-bedroom home at 134 Ironwood St, Aspley seeking offers of more than $1,149,000.The contemporary home is on a 778sq m block. Inside the home are exposed beams, ducted airconditioning and ducted Vacuumaid. 96 Albion Rd, WindsorThe home has character features including VJ walls and timber floorboards. The main bathroom has a spa bath and a laundry chute. It has a covered rear deck and a fully fenced yard.It is listed through Craig Lea and Annamaria Nagy of McGrath Estate Agents — Wilston.last_img read more