Similar properties

55 Bushey Place, Dee Why, NSW 2099 - EOI

Setting a new precedent for luxury in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, this home offers an unrivalle…

18 Richardson Avenue, Claremont, WA 6010 - Offers

Set across three prestigious levels, this c.1905 home commands a breathtaking 3,617 square metres of…

25 Sunnyridge Place, Bayview, NSW 2104 - For Sale

The perfect example of grand elegance and graceful design, this historic manor is one of BayviewR…

895 Derril Road, Moorooduc, Vic 3933 - Price Guide of A$8.5 - A$9.35 Million

This sprawling equine estate is situated in the idyllic Mornington Peninsula town of Moorooduc. Bui…

Heritage Listed Extravagance in Well-Connected Ascot

56 Charlton Street, Ascot, Qld 4007

Auction 5 Beds 4 Baths 794 SQM
Find out more
Jump To Images

The river meets the racecourse in this charming three-level manor sitting on a larger block in a very desirable area of Brisbane, close to boutique shopping, bars, restaurants and sporting facilities.

Heritage listed, this enormous residence was once home to the Italian consulate and that European influence is evident in the practical yet elegant layout of the house and the traditionally-styled quaint gardens surrounding the main building.

A short walk to the Brisbane River ferry, Ascot is just a 15 minute drive from the centre of town and has its own train station, racecourse and aquatic centre.

The suburb is well-known for its thriving cafe precinct along Racecourse Road and is home to prestigious St Margarets Anglican Girls School. While Ascot is close to Brisbane Airport, the property manages to avoid the usual airplane noise.

Inside, it is evident this colonial home has been fastidiously remodelled and maintained over the years by some of the finest artisans in the world.

Rooms bathed in light flooding through the multiple stained-glass windows enjoy high ceilings and whitewashed European oak flooring underfoot.

The bespoke kitchen, which was designed and crafted in England, features Ilve Italian appliances and exudes character with the addition of Calcutta Italian marble bench-tops and splash-backs.

Redesigned bathrooms and a gorgeous fully-tiled swimming pool in the manicured gardens mean you will always feel refreshed and relaxed in this unique find. Equipped for outdoor entertainment, the alfresco features a stainless steel outdoor kitchen and exquisite travertine tiling imported from Rome.

Experience the laid back but luxuriant lifestyle that this part of Brisbane offers by owning a piece of its history.

Ascot Suburb Snapshot
  • – A$1,962,500 Median House Price
  • – 35.34% Annual Growth
  • – 5324 Population
  • – 37 Average Age

Join The Rich List

Receive the beautifully curated selection of what's trending in luxury with inside stories and tips from our experts