New Farm 100B Annie Street
Rare Piece of New Farm History
Circa 1880, this unique Victorian style terrace oozes the character of a by-gone era, but after extensive renovations, offers a stylish contemporary inner city haven.
Traditional wrought iron lacework frames this heritage listed residence, giving this home a distinctive street presence in the New Farm area.
The spacious living room features gleaming timber floors, three metre high ceilings and double height windows with timber shutters creating an instant homely feel. In keeping with the traditional layout, there is a separate dining room which leads to the beautifully appointed kitchen complete with stone benchtops, Miele appliances, gas cooking and ample cupboard space.
From the kitchen, you walk out to the large private courtyard which features built in bench seating and is perfect for entertaining. The split level design allows for versatile options and it includes a large cantilevered umbrella.
Decorative timbers stairs lead up to the top level that comprises of two generously sized bedrooms, both with ensuites and walk in robes. The master bedroom has a balcony that runs the width of the property and offers district views.
A unique feature to the property is the sandstone cellar which was built by the stonemason who built Brisbane's cathedrals. With a year round temperature of 18 degrees and plenty of ventilation, it is perfect for your wine collection, an art studio or extra storage.
Located within easy walking distance of James St restaurants, Howard Smith Wharves, New Farm Park, movie cinemas and local restaurants, this is the perfect inner city lifestyle. This home is the perfect blend of old and new and must be seen to be truly appreciated. Now you have a chance to secure a rare piece of New Farm history.
Get to know New Farm
New Farm is an affluent, riverside inner suburb of Brisbane, Australia. The suburb is located 2 kilometres east of the Brisbane CBD on a large bend of the Brisbane River. New Farm is partly surrounded by the Brisbane River, with land access from the north-west through Fortitude Valley and from the north through Newstead.