Completed in 1962, Glenfalloch was one of the first apartment buildings in Brisbane.
Architects Lund Hutton Newell Black & Paulsen designed the iconic building to be naturally energy efficient with its north-east orientation, and yes, the Hutton in the design firm was our very own Peter Hutton’s Uncle Theo.
Glenfalloch cost 750,000 pounds (I can’t find where the symbol for pounds is on my new Apple laptop!), and the majority of apartments sold for 5,000 – 8,000 pounds. The two penthouses sold for 18,000 pounds.
Nowadays, you’ll be looking at starting prices around $400,000 in Glenfalloch.
The pool is one of the building’s highlight features and we love Glenfalloch’s entry, the use of terrazzo throughout, and of course, its river and northern suburbs vista.
A very special heritage listed building, Glenfalloch apartments rarely hit the market for sale, and when they come up for rent, we’re swamped with enquiry!