101 Welsby Street New Farm
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Amity House... A unique opportunity to acquire one of Brisbane's landmark estates...2127m of New Farm Riverfront.
Positioned on an extraordinary 2127sqm of private North East facing riverfront land (3 lots) with 30 metres of frontage Amity House circa 1892 represents the opportunity to purchase a generational asset. Built by prominent Brisbane businessman and politician Thomas Welsby for his family, 'Amity House' is a true landmark estate.
The original home has been beautifully maintained by the current owners, while the opportunity to make this estate your own with the potential almost limitless. The wide wrap around verandah's are beautifully framed by a giant fig and manicured terraced gardens with wide views over the Brisbane River to Hawthorne, Bulimba and beyond.
Some of the other features of this remarkable home include:
- 4 spacious bedrooms with the master including walk-in-robe and ensuite
- Original polished timber floorboards throughout and 3.6m ceilings
- Expansive formal lounge and dining rooms along with separate family room and home office
- Original marble fireplace and decorative timber fretwork throughout along with stained glass windows
Offering direct access to the network of New Farm River walks including the potential for your own private marina berth along with New Farm Park this property truly represents a rare offering. With easy access to the ever-popular dining and boutique shopping precincts of James St and the newly developed Howard Smith Wharves at your doorstep do not miss this opportunity to purchase one of Queensland's finest Historically significant estate's.
The owners are also offering the potential to purchase a vacant 672sm2 block of land separately allowing the discerning buyer the opportunity to develop what is the last remaining North-East facing riverfront block of land in New Farm and build their own dream home.
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