Chelmer 56 Victoria Avenue
Historic Trevallyn – A Landmark of Timeless Queenslander Luxury
Epitomising the grace and grandeur of a bygone era, welcome to 'Trevallyn' - as richly restored piece of Brisbane history. Rising up from a 1,001sqm block on sought-after Victoria Avenue and constructed in 1905, this gabled Queenslander celebrates traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design. Exquisite in every conceivable way, it honours the old – including timber floorboards, soaring ceilings, VJ walls, double-hung windows and even the original front door – while still meeting modern-day needs. The gourmet kitchen with Smeg appliances and Calacatta benches is a sleek culinary oasis, while the adjoining living and dining zone is a light-bright sanctuary that's wrapped in glass to invite the outdoors in. One of three lounge areas, these complement the traditional wraparound timber deck. Come together with loved ones to entertain in style or step down into the lush backyard where a pool with imported Japanese tiles glistens in the sunshine.
Fitted with five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a guest powder room (including the option for dual living downstairs), no landmark home is complete without a lavish master suite. Spacious and sophisticated, it boasts a custom walk-in robe plus a decadent ensuite in bold black hues, where you can soak away your stress with an imported William Holland Brass bathtub.
Situated in an esteemed enclave, central to Indooroopilly shops and a short drive from Graceville restaurants and cafes, you're also close to St Peters Lutheran College and Graceville State School. Public transport, parklands and the Brisbane River are nearby, with the CBD 10km away. Undoubtedly one of the finest character homes you'll find, there's simply no comparison to 'Trevallyn' – arrange your inspection today.
'Trevallyn' - a richly restored gabled Queenslander on a 1,001sqm block on sought-after Victoria Avenue Constructed in 1905, skilfully restored and renovated by award-winning architect, Joe Adsett, and builders, Kerdic Period timber floorboards, soaring ceilings, VJ walls, double-hung windows and even the original front door Flawless kitchen and butler's pantry with Smeg appliances, Meir tapware and Calacatta European stone Formal lounge with panelled walls and ceilings, a restored fireplace and Calacatta TV cabinetry Lower level living area with kitchenette, bedroom and a bathroom – ideal for dual living Library/office with bespoke 5m bookshelf and ladder plus wine cellar with Baumatic dual zone wine cooler Lavish master suite with custom walk-in robe plus a decadent ensuite with an imported William Holland Brass bathtub with brass tap and telephone handle fixtures Three more bedrooms upstairs with built-in robes (one with ensuite) All four bathrooms/ensuites and powder room showcased by Italian wall tiles, Calacatta European stone vanities and Meir handcrafted tapware Expansive wraparound entertainer's deck with built-in outdoor kitchen with Beefeater BBQ 10m swimming pool with imported Japanese blue mosaic tiles and water feature Mudroom with laundry chute, ducted three-phase air-conditioning 8 thermal camera intercom system with colour monitor Four undercover car parks with smart-wired garage doors and two visitor car spaces Meticulously landscaped lawns and gardens with built-in irrigation and lighting Esteemed location, close to schools, shops, transport, cafes and 10km from the CBD
Get to know Chelmer
Chelmer is an inner suburb of Brisbane, Australia 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) west of the Brisbane CBD on the Brisbane River. Chelmer is zoned as a residential area, and consists of low-density housing.