Rocker Andrew Stockdale lists Brisbane base

Rocker Andrew Stockdale lists Brisbane base
Rocker Andrew Stockdale lists Brisbane base

Australian rocker Andrew Stockdale is selling his inner city Brisbane base.

The Paddington home  has been owned by the Wolfmother lead singer for the last 12 years, however became an investment some nine years ago when he moved to Byron Bay.

It's been a rental in recent years, ranging between $860 a week and $950 a week. 

Designed by Owen and Vokes Architects, Stockdale retained the character features of the home, blending them with contemporary inclusions.

It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two living rooms, one connecting to a covered deck and out to a private sandstone courtyard.

Ray White Paddington agent Judi O’Dea is marketing the property with a price guide of $1.2 million to $1.3 million.

He calls the character home his 'calm zen-like' retreat.

“I love the house as it’s so close to the city and it’s so calm and relaxing. It’s so rare to have a city view with a rainforest like scene out the back,” Stockdale said.

“You are so close to the city there yet you feel like you are in a rainforest retreat.”

The singer who grew up in nearby Ashgrove said he loved the western suburbs for its art galleries, cafe culture and famous hills.

‘I love the hills, they are beautiful and they are really good for your glutes!”

Stockdale previously owned the cottage next door at number which is where he wrote the second Wolfmother record called Cosmic Egg, while living at number 71.




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