Period home with stunning views of Mount Coot-tha and Brisbane City. Four exquisite bedrooms, well appointed kitchen, expansive lounge and hide away nooks.
Cook or order in and relax in the beautiful space provided. Lots of interesting things to do nearby bars, cafes, restaurants, museums, art galleries. Close to West End, South Bank, Cultural centre, Exhibition and Convention Centre, Theatres, City and transport or short walk out to local dining/ entertainment.
Sustainability: Solar hot water, gas, ethical buying and supporting local services and products.
Molrubin House was originally built in the 1890’s and maintains it’s original colonial charm mixed with clever modern architecture. The house was named after aboriginal fighting chief Molrubin who was a prominent leader in South Brisbane in the 1850’s.
Each room has been eclectically curated to create a space that feels homely with an antiquated flare.
The house features many spaces that can be shared amongst guests, if one feels like socialising. For those who feel like some peace and quiet there are plenty of private nooks, including, two small courtyards, a tiki lounge, and a front verandah where one can bask in the morning sunlight.
The lounge area boasts stunning views of sunsets over Mount Coot-tha and once night falls the houses create a backdrop of fairy lights. Prepare a meal in the well appointed kitchen and eat on the old print makers table. Step into the tiki lounge and relax on the peacock chairs or play some old time games.
Not suitable for children under 12 as the house has been furbished with an eclectic mix of antiques and retro furnishings. Also owner lives downstairs on premises in a separate area with own amenities and entry.