Princess Theatre: eight Annerley Street Woolloongabba has been indexed for expressions of pastime.
For those who’ve all the time sought after to be royal, it is advisable to personal a title dating back to 1888 even though it won’t be somewhat what you are expecting.
The beautiful 130-plus-year-old Princess Theatre within the middle of the Queensland capital is available on the market.

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The heritage indexed development in Woolloongabba has brokers on the lookout for expressions of pastime within the 500-person theatre.
The house owners, the Lifecity Church, has been used the distance for services and products each Sunday within the surprising development. On different days, it nonetheless exists as a theatre, hosted weddings, performances and model presentations – surprising guests with its acoustics over time.

The Princess Theatre has hosted many banquets.
A crowd pleaser.

A Fb submit through the Lifecity Church showed the valuables was once now available on the market.
“It’s official! The Princess is on the market. We believe that God has a great future for Lifecity and that His plans and purposes are before us. Let’s all be praying for a great result and let’s stay connected as we move forward together as a community. It’s exciting,” the February 21 submit mentioned.

This is an ideal ceiling.
Within the limelight.
The valuables at eight Annerley Street, Woolloongabba, covers a land house of one,103squarem and flooring house of one,000squarem, and is zoned for blended use.
Brokers Christian Sandstrom and Adam Willmore of Knight Frank Brisbane are advertising and marketing it as a possibility to “own a piece of Brisbane’s history”.
“This historic building was originally constructed in 1888 and has been home to a variety of theatre companies and other tenants over the years,” was once the way it was once described.

“The property is currently owner-operated as a venue hire business catering to a variety of theatre productions, live music, wedding receptions and corporate functions. Additionally, the property has two retail tenants and one commercial tenant.”
Shut to the Mater Clinic, strolling distance to Southbank, the Mater Hill Busway Station and the longer term Pass River Rail Station at Woolloongabba.