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12/109 Musgrave Road
red hill

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Sold for $400,000

A Piece of Brisbane's History

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Full of Brisbane's rich history, according to the Brisbane City Council's heritage register this Mediterranean style block of shops and flats was constructed circa 1940 and initially housed a boot and shoe factory. Built using demolition material from the original Brisbane City Town Hall, well known Hutchinson's Builders recycled the materials at such time to help create what stands today as Confederate on Musgrave.

A news article from the later 1940's quotes "With shop space on the ground level and flats above, the development is situated high on a hill for breezes and views. As well, it is perfectly positioned with the convenience of the Western suburbs commuter tramline running past the front door"

Perhaps the tramline no longer exists however not a lot else has changed, with gorgeous views over the North East and delightful bay breezes, perfectly positioned then and now with all the convenience you could desire.

Just three kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, conveniently located just a short walk from popular Given and Latrobe Terraces, moments away from QUT Kelvin Grove Campus, The Barracks on Petrie Terrace, Suncorp stadium the list goes on.

A prominent address, an enviable location, for further information on this wonderful apartment please feel welcome to reach out to Krystal on 0423 556 510.

  • Mediterranean look with art deco style influences
  • Polished timber floors throughout the living space and bedrooms
  • Double hung windows filtering natural sunlight and gorgeous suburban views
  • Generous bedroom with oversized office or dressing room, full of options
  • Tidy kitchen with 6 burner gas cooker and those gorgeous views
  • Spacious living room centres the apartment
  • Updated bathroom combined with laundry space
  • Single designated car space, dual building access
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