Spanish Mission-style New Farm waterfront trophy home The Ripples listed

Spanish Mission-style New Farm waterfront trophy home The Ripples listed
Spanish Mission-style New Farm waterfront trophy home The Ripples listed

The Ripples, a tightly held New Farm waterfront, has been listed for sale.

One of the best examples of Spanish Mission-style architecture along the Brisbane River, the Griffth Street mansion was design in 1928 by E.P. Trewern.

Spanish Mission-style New Farm waterfront trophy home The Ripples listed

It sits on 740 square metres that was originally part of Sir Samuel Griffith's Merthyr estate.

The four bedroom home with terracotta roof tiles, decorative rendered gables, ornamental metalwork and geometric leadlight windows has a rare private pontoon on the water.

Spanish Mission-style New Farm waterfront trophy home The Ripples listed

Ray White New Farm agents Matt Lancashire and Nicholas Given have expression of interest until November 15.

The Mills family paid $1,005,000 two decades ago.

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