Heritage home with ‘timeless renovation’ sells for pretty price

first_imgThe lower deck and backyard.He has also just sold a house at 75 Charlton St, Ascot, for $2.81m after it had undergone a timeless renovation.The five-bedroom, HIA award winning house is on a 539 sqm block around the corner from Racecourse Road. The kitchen in the house at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne. This stunning home at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne, has sold for $3.3m.AN HISTORIC home almost as old as Brisbane itself has sold for $3.3 million after an epic renovation.‘The Riverbank’ at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne, was the original homestead of late 19th century Bulimba and has been transformed into an elegant, heritage residence. The formal sitting room in the house at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne.The home spans two levels, with the main living hub on the upper floor, which consists of a combined lounge and dining area with timber floors and French doors opening to a wraparound deck with city views.Features of the five-bedroom house include Italian crystal chandeliers, Western Australian Jarrah, custom plaster and Carrara marble. This house at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne, has sold for $3.3m. Inside the house at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne, which has sold for $3.3m. This was the house at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne, before it was renovated. One of the bathrooms in the house.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoRecords show the property last sold in 2003 for just over $1 million.The vendors undertook an extensive renovation, which included raising and extending the property, while keeping with the heritage theme. The view from the wraparound deck. The quaint front porch. MORE: A sale price 40 years in the making Selling agent Vaughan Keenan of Grace & Keenan said buyers, who were relocating to Brisbane from Sydney, had been looking in Ascot but fell in love with the home when they saw it. This is the house at 94 Elliott St, Hawthorne, after the renovation.Built in 1886 as the home for the landlord of a market garden, the home’s renovation stays true to its Victorian era architectural roots. RELATED: 100 YR OLD ASCOT MANSION SELLS The house is on a 809 sqm block with a saltwater pool and within walking distance of the Brisbane River. Mr Keenan said buyers were looking for “timeless renovations”.“If you go and buy something very ‘now’, you know in five years time … you want something that you’re not having to redo the look of,” Mr Keenan said. This house at 75 Charlton St, Ascot, has sold for $2.8m.last_img read more