This Clunes Queenslander was built circa 1889 for one of Alstonville’s original settlers and his family. The home was relocated to Clunes in the early 1980s.

From the original listing:

Retaining all the original charm character of the era including 14 foot ceilings, original timber features and fire places, cedar floors and French doors – all opening to the return verandahs – with glorious valley views at the rear to the east.

On high acres with approximately two landscaped acres of gardens around the homestead includes a round drive, garaging, chook shed, pool and cabana – with the adjoining six acres fenced for the animals – currently home to three donkeys, ducks, geese, chooks, dogs and guinea fowl – plus an abundance of native wildlife.

You will fall in love with this country residence – being an ideal family hobby farm and an entertainer’s dream – for all seasons – featuring quality & style throughout.

Additional features include return verandahs – capturing cool summer breezes, three original operational fireplaces, an entertainers eat in kitchen for gourmet chefs, family room, a salt water in ground pool with privacy and views, a serious wine cellar for the connoisseur, garaging with workshop and ample off street parking off the sweeping round drive.


This Clunes Queenslander is located in Clunes (address unavailable). It was last sold for $1.1m in 2014. The real estate listing is here.