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Originally built in the late 1800's as a residence for Captain O'Reilly, a Scottish Presbyterian family later acquired as a convent for The Sisters of Mercy. This magnificent building represents a part of the cultural history of West End. A fine example of Free Classical design, the building was constructed under the direction of the Archbishop of Brisbane Sir James Duhig in 1926. An historic opportunity awaits a visionary developer looking to purchase a unique property in inner city West End, only 3km to the city. The three storey brick residence with a building area of 903m2 with its impressive brick and rendered masonry facade is complemented by an imposing brick and rendered coping fence with wrought iron gates. Some river views from the rear of the building. Zoned Community Use Area (CU2) the property may suit, subject to development approval, a magnificent residence, Child Care Centre, Boutique accommodation or a variety of commercial uses.* Close to lifestyle destinations such as South Bank Parklands, Queensland Cultural Centre, Art Gallery, Museum and the Brisbane Convention Centre, not to mention the popular strip of restaurants and cafes that West End has to offer. - Land area 1,791m2 - Northern frontage of approx.25m - Southern boundary approx. 27m - Eastern & Western alignment of approx.77m & 68m respectively - Building area of 903m2 over 3 levels - 4 antique fire places - Currently BCC neg. for a childcare centre with 15 car space approval. * conditions apply

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  • Publish Date: 25-10-2007 14:41:49
  • Contact name: Bettina Jude
  • 107 times displayed
  • Location: Australia
  • Business: Metro First National
  • 9   3 
  • Price: $3500000

Place: 51 Dornoch Terrace, WEST END, QLD, Australia, 4101 Average Price in WEST END ...