A glorious example of Victorian-era architecture, this property overseas it’s vast estate on over an acre of land.  Now a fully renovated family home, this property, Camo, speaks of the beautiful remnants of the areas past. Built from 1889 to 1890, this home is characterised by it’s steep pitched roofs, original cast iron balustrade and elegant fretwork, ornate gables and gothic aesthetic.

Listed on the Queensland Heritage Registrar and the Natural Trust, Camo has an immense amount of history contained in it’s walls.  While the home has been updated to accommodate a modern family, the original parts of the home have been restored and refurbished to ensure it stands the test of time and maintains it’s character and charm.

The spacious kitchen is lavishly equipped with granite bench tops and premium quality appliances.  The grandeur is further instilled through the polished timber floors, three open fire places and a crystal chandelier. As well as an extravagant main bathroom with vintage features and large shower and bathtub, the property boasts seven bedrooms, four of which are located on the upper level of the mid-century extension, and a further three throughout the original part of the home.

As you make your way around the luscious grounds of Camo, you are greeted by manicured garden beds and a variety of hundred year old trees.  These elegant gardens can also be enjoyed from the wide iron bark verandah that allows for a coveted living experience, synonymous with Queensland.

A sunlit lounge room over looks the Brisbane River as well as the inviting 15m in ground pool. This incredible property is located just 5km from the centre of Brisbane City and is within walking distance of public transport, shops, cafes and restaurants. This history rich property suffers no sacrifice to everyday convenience.

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