… with one of Brisbane’s most spectacular sites given a new lease on life.Each private residence blends the elegance of history with the ultimate in modern amenities to deliver a rare offering that is destined to become one of Brisbane’s most exclusive residential addresses.The homes overlook the 3000sq m heritage-listed gardens and lush parklands that surround Yungaba House.The adjacent Recreation Centre provides residents-only access to a private gymnasium and 25m infinity-edge pool.One of the remaining residences – Residence Four – is now open for viewing and has been furnished with hints of modern colour and styling while still respecting the heritage features of the home. … but the results worth the blood, sweat and tears …“We are delighted to welcome buyers who appreciate the rare jewel that these homes represent in Brisbane’s property landscape.“The remaining residences are a truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure a part of this exquisitely restored Brisbane landmark,” he said.Facing east to the water, the remaining three and four-bedroom homes have modern kitchens and amenities, complemented by hi-tech security throughout. The restoration was painstaking …Frasers Property Australia were behind the painstaking restoration, which transformed the 130-year-old heritage building in to an elegant residential development on the Brisbane River at Kangaroo Point.In its past life, Yungaba House has served as an immigration facility, an army refuge, accommodation centre, wartime hospital, design studio and a community group hub.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoFrasers Property Group general manager for residential (Queensland) Cameron Leggatt said each of the purchasers had a shared passion for heritage. Yungaba HouseA butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker. Well not quite, but The Residences at Yungaba House has certainly attracted a diverse range of buyers so far.Sixty per cent of the renovated landmark building has now sold, with six of the 10 homes bought since the project was launched mid-last year. Buyers include a Hong Kong-based ex-pilot who collects heritage properties around the world, a Brisbane-based couple who have renovated several homes and have another property in Sydney, a Gatton couple in their 60s who use the property during visits to Brisbane, and a young family from Bulimba, who secured Residence Five for $3.6 million shortly after the launch.