143 &139 Adelaide Street, Clayfield
5 Bedroom | 4 Bathroom | 3 Car | 2134 m²
This dreamy Clayfield estate shares a fascinating history. Originally built by draper John Spence Irvine and wife Clara Hephzibah, it was acquired by Longreach grazier James Peterson in 1913 and named “Mardan” – an acronym of his six children’s names. Over its life, it has served as a convalescent hospital for soldiers and a maternity hospital until bought by jeweller Carl Wallace Bishop in 1953. The last owners purchased the home in 1998, extensively modernising it, to stand proud as a beautiful family home. Today, the two pieces of land are finally back together after spending more than 50 years apart. The home itself has been masterfully constructed & offers spacious, comfortable living in a private setting
Purchased Off Market.
|Location||Ascot or Clayfield|
|Features Wanted||Grand Character Home |
High set position
|Time to Secure||1 month with Charman Property Co.|
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