In the not-too-distant past this uncommon cottage-like apartment was the home of Cecelia McNally, aka ‘The Duchess of Spring Hill’. Fast forward to today, and the grand residence has been cleverly converted into four very private, modern, character-rich apartments that rarely make their way onto the market.
On a street boasting million dollar homes, that’s footsteps from the CBD, you’ll love the seclusion of your charming hidden courtyard and the lock-and-leave aspect of apartment living.
Take your puppy for fun walks through Roma St Parklands, and Noosa weekend get-aways will be super-speedy as you’re only one minute from the ICB.
Your master bedroom also enjoys the courtyard aspect and morning sun.
— Your morning coffee ritual is an easy stroll away to the Boundary St cafe district
— Courtyard entry to the apartment is on super-quiet Birley St, as are the car spaces
— The well-designed living space opens out to the courtyard through shuttered sliding glass doors
— A highly-maintained, laminate kitchen with abundant storage space
— A second bedroom or office with plenty of storage completes the picture
— One of Brisbane’s closest-to-the-CBD, residential, village-style suburbs
— One secure lock-up car space and one off-street park