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Mansion that could have been QLD’s Govt House hits the market

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18 Tarranalma Avenue, Clayfield, is open for expressions of interest.


A heritage mansion originally chosen as Queensland’s Government House in 1910 – before its creator refused to lower his price – has hit the market in full regalia.

The stately home, which was entered in the QLD heritage register in 1992, was built in 1890 and named Tarranalma.

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The property was originally came with 4.8 hectares of land.


“This two-storeyed brick house was built in 1890 for James Milne of the firm Smellie & Co.,” it said. “Although no architect is known, the house has many similarities…



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