Sales: 07 5482 7355
Rentals: 07 5482 1611

Listing ID: 19981919

18 Normanby Hill Road, Southside, Queensland 4570


  • 4
  • 3
  • 4


Situated in a commanding position on Normanby Hill Road with fantastic views across to the Mary River is this beautiful heritage home sitting proud. Situated on a very generous 1252m2 block this property is a significant part of Gympie's History as we have been told the original part of the house was part of the Mooloo School House.
The quality joinery and beautiful timber finishes are sure to impress the discerning buyer who appreciates striking period features. Wrap around verandas and manicured gardens help frame this historic home and add to its grand street presence.
The impressive interior is completely live-able now but some areas are only partially completed. Comprising of large open plan living, dining and kitchen and an additional loft upstairs. The master bedroom and ensuite are not complete but the other three bedrooms each have their own ensuite and large built in robe with air conditioning. All bedrooms have direct access to the veranda.
There are two additional offices one with library storage which can be accessed from the front veranda and are a very generous size. Imagine the views whilst working from home.
Underneath the home there is a craft room and laundry facility. The property also features a studio with toilet and wash basin, double garaging and a plunge pool.
Exceptional properties of this calibre are a rarity to the market. This property offers so many opportunities and this is your chance to finish the home with your own taste and style.
Be sure to inquire today. This magnificent home goes to Auction on the 15th December 2018.

House Features

General Features

  • Bedroom: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Garaging: 2
  • Carports: 2

Internal Features

  • Air Conditioning

Other Features / Notes

Built-In Wardrobes,Garden,Secure Parking,Formal Lounge,Terrace/Balcony

Map Location ( get directions )

18 Normanby Hill Road, Southside, Queensland 4570

Agent Contact

Tania Bannan