Welcome to the latest edition of your go-to property update for Spring Hill & Petrie Terrace. We’re here to keep you informed about the latest trends, sales, and developments affecting your local real estate market. Local Property Values The current median house price (MHP) in Spring Hill is $ 1,607,500 and Petrie Terrace isRead more

“Quiet and peaceful despite being close to the city as there are no roads going through the suburb, only those ones that border it (Milton and Musgrave Roads, Hale Street and Petrie Terrace)” – Petrie Terrace home owner Adjoining the CBD, historic Petrie Terrace is one of Brisbane’s earliest landmarks Known as Green Hills from 1860,Read more

Given that this is such a prominent development in Spring Hill, I am sure that many residents would be keen on an update on this project. “Volatility in the embattled construction sector has forced Keylin, a Brisbane-based developer to mothball a $140-million apartment tower project touted to “lead the renaissance” of a city fringe suburb.Read more

Generally, real estate agents focus largely on their local market knowledge such as median sale price, number of properties sold, days on market and auction clearance rate.  After all one of the most common questions agents get asked is, “How is the market going?”  The truth is most people who ask already have an ideaRead more

Schools and Property Values featuring Fortitude Valley State Secondary College: Spring Hill, Petrie Terrace and Paddington are in the catchment area of some of the finest schools in Queensland. A school’s location is one of the drivers of an area’s property value. A case in point is Brisbane State High School, highly sought after andRead more

David Turnbull is owner and lead Architect at A’ARKATE’KT A’ARKATE’KT  Red Hill, Brisbane, QLD 4059.   Tell us a bit about yourself and how you got to be where you are now.  As one of four boys I learned to share and not necessarily get everything I wanted and grew up way out west inRead more

I was fortunate to catch up with David Tyler who has left a legacy in inner-city Brisbane. The terrace mansions he has crafted, during his time, all still stand in Spring Hill, Petrie Terrace and Hamilton. Following is part of an in-depth interview which I have divided into a series of articles. David, you wereRead more

It seems apt that the smallest suburb in Brisbane is recognised as the heartland of Queensland’s ‘Little Theatre Movement.’ Originating in Europe in the late 1880s, one of the main objectives of the Little Theatre Movement is to provide amateur actors and playwrights a platform to hone their skills in front of a live audience. Petrie Terrace is homeRead more

A landmark Victorian terrace mansion, heritage listed ‘Florence House’, 256 Petrie Terrace, Petrie Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, was constructed in 1874 and stands today as a reminder of Brisbane’s colonial history. Decades of grandeur, followed by a downhill spiral of wrack and ruin, led to David C. Tyler undertaking the refurbishment of this unique property inRead more

Marking the end of an era in Brisbane’s golfing history, Victoria Park Golf Course officially closed on 30 June, 2021. Complementing Jonzun’s post, ‘Major Catalyst for Growth – Inner City Suburbs Brisbane Qld’, the golf course is part of the Victoria Park Vision. This exciting initiative by the Brisbane City Council will see 64 hectares of landRead more

Stepping back in time, in this article we take a look at one of Brisbane’s most influential architects, Robert (Robin) Smith Dods. During the Arts and Crafts era that spanned circa 1860 to 1914, he contributed greatly to Australian and European architecture. Robert (Robin) Smith Dods -John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland A manRead more

Victoria Park and Herston Health Precinct are two game changers to our local area. Victoria Park is being transformed to a major public park under the Victoria Park Vision project at a cost of $83m over four years and will be Brisbane’s biggest new park in 50 years. Victoria Park initially spanned an area of 130 hectaresRead more