Buderim House, the 1913 Brisbane trophy home

Buderim House, the 1913 Brisbane trophy home
Buderim House, the 1913 Brisbane trophy home

The grand 1913 Queensland estate Buderim House has been listed for the the first time in nearly 20 years.

Previously used as a 40 person boarding house, the traditional style home was bought in 1997 for $530,000 and sits on one of Buderim's highest level acreages.

To take advantage of the high level, the heritage listed homestead has a wrap around verandah and a 360 degree viewing deck with views of the coast and the hinterland.

The five bedroom, four bathroom family home was extended in 2003 and features a home office and a spacious media room/games room equipped with a custom-designed, built-in bar with commercial wine fridge.

Despite the extension and new refurbishment the traditional style of the home has been maintained, with established features such as the grand entrance, numerous fireplaces and 3.5 metre high ceilings all conserved.

Surrounded by architecturally designed tropical gardens which feature jacarandas and stately mango trees, the fully fenced, 6315 sqm site sits privately on one of Buderim's most tree-lined streets.

The gardens also include a resort style pool and spa.

The estate, which has previously hosted the Duke of Gloucester is available on rental website Stayz but is fully booked until the middle of March.

It is available off peak for $180 a night and reaches $350 a night during peak times.

Ray White listing agents Lew Pottingter and Judy Wild are closing tender for 10 Orme Road on February 19. 

Buderim House, the 1913 Brisbane trophy home

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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