“Culmore”, built in circa 1875 and now known as Aussie Way Lodge, is a remarkable and iconic two level Colonial residence. Consisting of eleven bedrooms, the property has the ability to accommodate up to thirty-five persons. Operating for more than 30 years the home has also been used as an Airbnb venue and has further potential to be used as a bed and breakfast.

With endless opportunities and endless potential, the property could be readily converted to an exclusive private residence, dual-occupancy or managed for student accommodation. In the rear yard is a large stand-alone building that could also be developed as a magnificent granny flat, studio or home theatre. Either way, the prime inner city location ensures this property is a veritable goldmine.

Situated in a quiet street with views to Red Hill and Mount Coot-tha from the open front verandas, the house is but a short walking distance to The Barracks supermarket, speciality shops, cinema complex, Caxton Street restaurants, Suncorp Stadium, Roma Street transport hub, Roma Street Parklands and quality schools. A short stroll will take you into the heart of Brisbane city and South Bank, with its galleries, museum and city beach.

The first floor features six bedrooms, two of which open onto a north-facing front veranda, and two bathrooms. The ground floor features five bedrooms, a powder room, two bathrooms, a dining room, a large kitchen, and a storage room. The basement includes an expansive lockable storage-workshop area comprising of three seperate rooms and a laundry, and the rear and side yard include a reception room, a large recreation room, a storage room, a paved patio for alfresco dining and outdoor relaxation, and off-street parking for two cars.

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