About this listing
Welcome to Chateau Heaslop.. Gorgeous spot in walking distance to Southbank, CBD, QUT, UQ and The Green Bridge. The house is a beautifully renovated traditional Queenslander workers cottage built in 1870 in an original inner city St.
The room is downstairs from the main house, with its own private entrance. The downstairs area is a guest house with a total of 3 rooms, with a shared bathroom, laundry and well equipped kitchen. There is also a TV and lounge room. The balcony overlooks a beautiful Bali inspired backyard. The location is central to the city, Universities, EcoScience centre, plenty of restaurants and cafe's are a short walk away. A continental breakfast is provided for the first few days for each guest. Longer term stays usually start to self cater after the first few days.
The host Amelia and family lives upstairs and you are always welcome to drop upstairs for a chat or for information and help about the area.
Guests have access to the guest house downstairs which includes your room, living area, balcony, garden, spa, bathroom, laundry and kitchen.
Interaction with guests
While we totally respect your privacy you are always welcome to drop upstairs for any help or information.
The house is built in 1870 and is an original Queenslander built in an original part of the city. The Woolloongabba Hill where the house is situated is full of history and has the former Boggo Rd jail just up the road.
Bus 116 stops on Annerley Rd at the bottom of the street which goes directly to the city. We are also very close to Park Rd Train Station which is on the line that runs directly from the airport to the gold coast.
Other things to note
You have your own lockable room however while there is a kitchen, bathroom, and laundry separate from the family, these may be shared with other guests.
Our main house rule is to relax and enjoy.
As you are sharing some spaces with guests I ask that you clean up after yourself in communal spaces.
My name is Amelia, originally from a rural part of NSW I have lived in the inner South Brisbane area since 1997. I love this interesting eclectic inner city suburb and sharing it with airbnb guests.
My overseas travel started with a trip to Japan while I was still at school and then backpacking around Asia and Europe as a teenager.
I worked from the early to mid nineties for an NGO in India and loved spending time there and travelling around India and neighbouring countries, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka.
I'm passionate about politics, food, community, art and music. I still take the opportunity to travel whenever I can.
I believe in us all being global citizens and love the chance to connect with guests from around the world as well as locals.