House for sale
11-15 Cleveland Terrace,
5 3 2
Picturesque and Historic Bayside HomeA piece of Brisbane history, this charming and renovated home “Tir nan og” is offered to the open property market for the first time in 70 years.
Built by the original owners in 1947 and located at Ormiston, between Wellington Point and Cleveland, this cherished residence was named after an Irish legend about the land of the “forever young”. Sitting atop a ridge across a sprawling 2,499m2 allotment and overlooking Raby Esplanade Park and majestic Raby Bay, this private, seaside lifestyle is second to none. Viscount Dunrossil, The Governor General of Australia was entertained at the home on a private visit in 1960.
Originally surrounded by acres of land and painted pink, this home known locally as “The Pink House” was purchased privately by the current owners in 1987.
Beautifully renovated and enlarged, while adhering to the home’s original architectural features, this U-shaped house offers abundant family space and four picturesque aged Ironbark verandahs.
An entertainer’s dream, this stately home comprises a lovely formal lounge with original fireplace, built-in book shelves and French doors. From here, move out onto either of the private east or west facing verandahs. Each is shielded from the view and noise of neighbours.
Perfect for further entertaining, the formal dining room also opens onto the east facing front verandah with park and three fantastic bay views, and the separate private southerly verandah features stairs down to the garden.
Open plan, the large kitchen features granite benchtops, splashbacks, AEG appliances and adjoins the informal family room. Well designed and private, there is no direct line of sight from the kitchen/family room to the formal lounge or dining.
Five bedrooms present plenty of family space. Positioned on its own side of the home, the master bedroom opens into a spacious twin vanity ensuite with granite benches, doorless double shower with bench seating and circular window capturing bay views. A walk-in robe also flows from this space, making the master a true parent’s retreat.
Positioned on the other side of the home are a further three charming bedrooms, including the original master. They are serviced by a luxury bathroom complete with deep bath. Off the end of the west verandah there is a fully self-contained double guest bedroom with ensuite that family and friends will never want to leave.
A separate study with dual built-in granite desks, ample natural light, storage and views to the bay is ideal for those who work or study from home.
Further notable features of this historic home include a discreet 6x3.5m storage area which could be utilised as an office, hobby area, gym, wine cellar or media room. The separate and lockable laundry features terracotta flooring and Caesarstone benchtops. A concrete “dirty storage” zone is ideal for mowers, mulchers and tools, while the double garage with access from Cleveland Terrace contains a partitioned off “clean storage” area plus a workshop.
The opportunities are endless when it comes to this magnificent 70 year old residence. This home can be renovated to modernise or could be removed from the block and sub divided into 6 blocks with the correct Council approvals.
Overlooking the scenic parkland and walking tracks of Raby Esplanade Park and across shimmering Raby Bay, this family friendly location is one you will never want to leave. Close to shops, train station, multiple schools and a short ferry trip to Stradbroke Island – arrange your inspection today!
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Last updated: 02:55PM on Jun 5th 2018