This house, Craigerne, is currently surrounded by a two-metre hedge acting as a barrier to noise, as it is situated on a corner block on quite a busy road in the inner-north suburb of Red Hill. The side street is Park St, and I assume that is in remembrance of the original owner. My photo gives but a glimpse of the front fence and gate, together with the front entrance and a plaque showing the name of the house.
An older photo of the two-storey residence can be seen here. The exterior walls are constructed from random rubble masonry and internally there are no fewer than eight fireplaces. The Park family only lived in the house for three years before moving out and putting it to rent. Perhaps it was too hot!
(Photo: © 1982 National Trust of Queensland; R Sumner; F Bolt)
The house is listed on the Queensland Heritage Register, and apparently a restoration was undertaken in the eighties.
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