A splendid combination of restrained classical beauty & sophisticated elegance, Victoria Residence is a renovated traditional Queenslander merging history with glamour. Originally renovated by Architect Andy Stenner’s and more recently by Pitman Properties, the light and airy residence comprises six bedrooms, a master en-suite & two bathrooms, two living room areas, dining area, kitchen with breakfast bar, downstairs rumpus room and a laundry, spread out over two generously proportioned storeys. The beautifully preserved character features blend artfully with the practical modern improvements complimented by the landscaped garden.
This site and surrounds of this exceptional residence have a rich cultural history of ceramic pottery. The site was once part of the first ceramic production and pottery school in the Queensland region, Sandison’s Pottery, and was chosen by J.T Sandison based on local farmers’ knowledge of rich clay soil in the Brisbane region. The pottery was later called the Victoria Pottery and is the inspiration behind the name Victoria Residence.
This rare and unique residence and its surrounds have been authentically detailed from the inside out. A Moreton Bay Fig has been retained as an ecological feature of the residence and further enhanced by integrated landscaping.
This property has the added benefits of being situation in close proximity to Brisbane CBD, Clem Jones tunnel access & Gold Coast link, Yeronga State High School, Yeronga Swimming Complex and an abundance of specialty retail shops and supermarkets.