Historic Yeronga fire station sold

Historic Yeronga fire station sold
Historic Yeronga fire station sold

A fire station built in 1934 in Brisbane's Yeronga has sold for $925,000 after being passed in at auction before Christmas.

The property, 785 Ipswich Road, Yeronga, was sold to construction company Stokes Wheeler.

Aron Burtenshaw Ray White Industrial Milton said the owners took a break over Christmas but we resumed negotiations with interested parties and by the end of January we had multiple offers.

“We secured a cash unconditional contract for the owners at $925,000, which was well above the highest bid on auction day,” he said.

"Stokes Wheeler plan to maintain the 280 sqm two-level building in its heritage form and occupy as their head office, relocating from their current premises at Loganholme."

It was designed by Queensland architecture company Conrad and Gargett, who also designed Old Government House and Customs House in Brisbane.

The current owners bought it in 2001.

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