Ray White Co-Chairman Puts 1930s Clayfield Family Home Up for Auction

Arlington Adelaide Street, Clayfield
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A premier residence, built sometime in the 1930s, is up for auction as Ray White Group Co-Chairman Paul White lists his own family home in Clayfield.

The property at 129 Adelaide Street East, Clayfield is expected to draw lots of interest as it boasts an excellent location at an elevated position in Clayfield’s premium precinct. The street where the 926-square-metre lot sits has also been voted as one of Brisbane’s top 10 streets.

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Named ‘Arlington,’ after a Darling Downs sheep station, the prime residence is a single-level house with four huge bedrooms, four bathrooms and a 3-car garage with a security system. The master suite has elevated north-facing view, a walk-in closet and a private retreat which can be turned into a study, a nursery or a lounge.




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The living area includes a formal lounge as well as a gas marble fireplace and extends onto the formal dining space and designer kitchen with Gaggenau oven, steam oven and induction stove.

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The Arlington has been extensively renovated without compromising the 1930s character of the residence. Along with the modern amenities of the home are the classy and ornate interior elements, timber floors, leadlight windows and original chandeliers.

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The amenities extend well onto the landscaped front garden, a deck at the back for entertainment and a glass-framed saltwater pool.

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Mr White, who bought the prime property back in 2014 at $3.025 million, is selling the house as he and his partner Lynee Porcsin get ready to downsize.

The Adelaide will be auctioned on Saturday, 23 November 2019, at 4:00 p.m.

Find out more about the listing.