1. Australia
  2. QLD
  3. Brisbane
  4. Cleveland
  5. #225024

Beautiful 3 Bedroom Home

House, Cleveland

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Min 2 - 3 nights stay

6 guests
3 bedrooms
3 beds
2 bathrooms


Beautiful 3 bedroom home situated within easy walking distance from Cleveland town center and railway station.

This two level home has master bedroom with en-suite and walk in robe, second double bedroom, main bathroom, fully equipt kitchen, living and covered exterior patio all on the second level. A third double bedroom is located downstairs. Laundry on ground level next to garage.

Air conditioning/ heating in living room, master bedroom and 3rd bedroom with fan in 2nd bedroom.

Lovely swimming pool available for use in the private back yard.

Plenty of off street parking available including double garage.

There is a completely separate one bedroom apartment with own entrance rented separately on the bottom level.


The historical bay-side township of Cleveland owes much of its character to an incident in 1850 when visiting NSW Governor George Gipps stepped off a boat to survey the fledgling free settlement and sunk waist deep in mud. Had the tide been in, Cleveland would now be the bustling main port of Brisbane rather than the visit-worthy oldest settlement on Moreton Bay.

With its cache of well-preserved heritage buildings, original timber lighthouse, 162 year old pub, slick museum, historical homestead and quaint town centre it has plenty of attractions to fill a day and more.

And whether arriving by car or train most of the sights are easily accessible from Cleveland Station, with the town center itself across the road.

Inland a few blocks from the train center The Coffee Door Cafe at 5-7 Gordon St is a good place to start the day otherwise grab a coffee or tea in town at Jeppo Gelato, master of both.

The best way to take in the sights of Cleveland is via the Cleveland Heritage Walk about 4km which starts about 1.5km from the station on the waterfront at GJ Walter Park.

This walk meanders past gorgeous heritage listed buildings from the mid nineteenth century onwards including the landmark Grand Hotel, Queensland's very first licensed pub, whose first storey was built in 1851 and whose neighbour is Queensland's oldest banyan tree, the old Cleveland Hotel c1860, St Paul's church c1873, the old courthouse and jail c1849 now a restaurant overlooking the water and the old school house, now an art gallery.

At Cleveland Point is the old wooden light house, built in 1864 as only one few left in Queensland and here, at the halfway point of the walk, is the fantastic old 1930's building incorporating the Lighthouse Café – an idyllic spot to sit with a bucket of prawns and a beer with a view to Stradbroke Island and the waters of the bay lapping at the ground. There's also a seafood restaurant inside or a fish'n'chips kiosk for takeaway to the nearby park.

Back in the town center, whose main street Bloomfield St is dotted with artworks by local artists and which hosts the Cleveland Farmers markets on Sunday mornings , Jeppo Gelato does arguably the best gelato to be found anywhere as well as great coffee and a bit of Italian home-cooking. And on the intersection with Middle St the Redland Art Gallery has an ever changing stash of local and touring artworks.

When its comes to eating and drinking, Cleveland has some little gems hidden away in its main street and beyond. Creative Alice is a gorgeous vintage cafe with a courtyard, perfect for relaxing with coffee or tea and cake. Then there's Little Bloomfield Cafe & Wine Bar, where you can enjoy a glass of wine with lunch, or, for something hearty and smoked American BBQ style, feast on some delicious ribs, sliders and buffalo wings from Twelve Boar.

For unbeatable value fish'n'chips head for local fave Samson Fish Seafood overlooking Raby Bay harbour a few minutes walk west of the station Not to be missed is a foray to Cleveland's first small boutique bar The Bench, where you can sink a craft beer and BYO food or pay a visit to

And if time permits, a visit to the impressive Redland Museum with its fascinating well-curated collection from yesteryear is worth setting aside an hour or so for.

On Sundays nearby Ormiston House, part of the area's first sugar plantation and one time home to the father of Queensland's sugar industry Louis Hope, is open to the public for tours and Devonshire teas.

Stradbroke Island Ferry service also departs from Ferry Wharf at the end of Middle Street.


Features covered by Stayz Rental Assurance

Air conditioning, Dishwasher, Parking, Private pool, Washing machine

Air conditioning Balcony Ceiling fan Children welcome Deck/Patio Dining Dishes and utensils Dishwasher Garage Heating Iron and board Kitchen Lawn/Garden Linens provided Living room Microwave Non-Smoking Oven Pantry items Parking Private pool Refrigerator Stove Television Toaster Towels provided Washing machine


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