51 Toorak Road Hamilton

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Rarely Offered and Highly Sought After Hamilton Hill Location

Only once in a lifetime does the opportunity to acquire such a prestigious location surrounded by some of the most exclusive residences of Hamilton.

Street access via Annie Street, Hamilton.

Design your dream home on the scale to match the magnificence of the views of exquisite sunrises and sunsets, fireworks and nightly city lights.

Ensure your home is truly unique among the mansions and heritage homesteads you count as your neighbours.

Zoned Character Residential over two 405 sqm lots.

With views as far as Mount Coo-tha with the glowing sunsets, River views and the ever changing canvas of Brisbane's City centre, this truly is a rare opportunity not to be missed.


Your new home will not only be a in a blue chip location but close to the Racecourse Road precinct and Portside, with an array of fashion boutiques, shops and award winning restaurants and cafes to choose from.

This exclusive site is also within the highly sought after Ascot State School catchment.

The highly publicised location is due to the high demand from the market and recent record prices of Hamilton.

The prime location is just 5kms from the CBD with easy access via CityCat, bus or car along Sir Kingsford Smith Drive.

Brisbane domestic and international airport is approximately 7kms while Gasworks Plaza and DFO are also within close proximity.

The block has the 51 Toorak Road address but the best access is via Annie Street which takes you up to Toorak House just across the road.

Will be sold on or before auction at 33 Lytton Road, East Brisbane 1st Feb 12.30pm.

Property Features

  • Floor Area : 810 m2
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Property ID: 3260452

Alex Rutherford

0417877828

Location map for 51 Toorak Road Hamilton

Contact Office

Judy Goodger Prestige

5/572 Brunswick Street

New Farm 4005

T 0438 767 377

F 07 3107 5151

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