Hamilton Hill's 1905 Queenslander, Cremorne listing

Hamilton Hill's 1905 Queenslander, Cremorne listing
Hamilton Hill's 1905 Queenslander, Cremorne listing

Cremorne, one of Queensland’s most significant heritage homes at Hamilton Hill, has been listed for sale.

The 1905 Queenslander home, the only Brisbane example of the domestic work of renowned architects Eaton and Bates, sits on a 2,435 sq m holding. 

It is for sale for only the second time in over 100 years through Sarah and Damian Hackett of Place Estate Agents who are seeking offers over $7 million.

The prized, near riverside at 34 Mullens Street has been listed by Genny Neilson who has lived at Cremorne with the family since 1998.

Three generations of the O’Connor family lived at Cremorne before the home came onto the market for the first time since sold at $850,000 in 1998 with pavilion extensions and renovations by Brian Donovan from the then firm Donovan Hill now BVN.

Sydney-trained architects George Thomas Eaton and Albert Edmund Bates formed a partnership in Rockhampton in 1894 and developed a successful Central Queensland practice with branch offices established at Mount Morgan and Longreach by 1898, Clermont in 1900, Gladstone in 1901, Maryborough in 1902, and Townsville by 1902. Arthur Beckford Polin of Sydney joined the partnership in Townsville in  1901, as Eaton, Bates & Polin.  

They opened in Brisbane in 1902.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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