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Enriched with history, this Victorian Vernacular cottage has been within the same family for over 50 years. Known as Young’s Farmhouse, this heritage home was first lived in by Farmer Joseph Young and his wife Eliza who owned the acre of land where their house was built. In keeping with the gradual transformation of Corinda from farmland to a residential suburb, the property was eventually subdivided in 1958.
This four bed, one bathroom farmhouse has been slightly modified over the years however it still retains original features including untouched timber floorboards, VJ walls, corrugated iron roof and sunny front verandah.
Situated on a flat flood free 1255m2 and zoned low density residential, this property presents many options:
– Build your dream home using the existing cottage
– Subject to council application subdivide the block and build an additional dwelling
– Landbank the property and watch your investment grow.
Only minutes to schools, shops and transport and only 12.5km from the CBD this property would be a strong investment.
To inspect this lovely example of Brisbane’s history, call Carolyn or Russell for more details on 0418 740 449.
Inspections can be by appointment or open house.
Council Rates: $515.86 per quarter