Walter Taylor designed riverfront home to go under the hammer
The home has prime river frontage“They would have their feasts there, and a lot of local people just called it the Hare Krishna house,” she said. The home, which was constructed by Walter Taylor as a residence for his family in 1928, has six bedrooms, three bathrooms and 64.3 metres of river frontage. “It should be quite an extraordinary auction,” she said.“I would think someone would be able to restore the home to its former glory.”Riverfront homes in Graceville attract a price premium, with a nearby property at 68 Molonga Terrace going for $5.65 million late last year. The home was used as a Hare Krishna temple.The home will go to auction on Saturday, June 2 at 1pm. PRIME PROPERTY: This Walter Taylor designed home is going under the hammer.IT WAS the pride and joy of one of the most prominent visionaries of modern Brisbane, and now it is for sale.The expansive riverfront home dubbed Glenrae will go to auction next month for the first time in decades. The home has a unique architectural style.The home was constructed by builder and engineer Walter Taylor, who designed many of Brisbane’s landmarks including the Walter Taylor Bridge.Meaghan Bakker from Ray White New Farm said it was a “very interesting property”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago“The architecture is very unique, it is not a Queenslander,” Ms Bakker said. The home has been vacant for about a year, but it was previously used as a Hare Krishna temple.