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A Property Unicorn Uncovered

New Farm Home Primed For Renovation

After a fortnight of intense clean up and the removal of nearly 100 cubic meters of junk, a treasure has been uncovered in the form of a 1920s home on top of the hill at Annie St, New Farm.

Underneath the years of accumulated stuff, the five-bedroom, two story home has revealed the lovely bones as the ultimate renovator’s dream.

Paul Liddy, from Belle Property, said the 582 sqm property with a generous frontage is ripe for renovation. “It is hard to find a property like this, with such great structure on a large block,” he said.

Liddy who has been in real estate for over 35 years and serviced New Farm most of his career, said homes like this are rare.

“I’ve only seen a handful of hoarder homes in my career, and this is the first that has blown me away with the gold we have uncovered underneath all the junk,” he said

“There is potential for another level that will give sweeping views to the north east and across to the city.

“There is rear access offering multiple options and with big skirting boards and magnificent wooden floors, it really is a hidden treasure.”

The DIY spiral staircase is something that needs to be seen to be appreciated

Situated on Annie St, New Farm, it is close to James St, Brunswick St, the ferry, the park, and the CBD.

“I’ve lived in New Farm for many years and this precinct is such a good spot for city access. You drive down Annie Street, turn right and then left and you are on Ann Street,” Liddy said.

“With the rear access, the design options are significantly enhanced, and the location and potential views justify a solid investment in Brisbane’s premier suburb.