Banner Top
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2020-01-15 07:29:39

Williams Lodge at 16 Cedar St, Yungaburra

A SPRAWLING guesthouse which played host to American soldiers during World War II and was most recently run as a luxurious Tablelands getaway has been sold.

Williams Lodge on Cedar St, Yungaburra, went under contract last week with the new owners preferring to remain anonymous.

Williams Lodge at 16 Cedar St, Yungaburra

Sales agent Deborah Godfrey said she understood the property would be used as a family home.

“I don’t know their future plans though,” she said.

“We had good interest and have been negotiating with several parties.

“The new owners will still keep the residence’s title and maintain its long history.

“They have bought the property as is.

Williams Lodge at 16 Cedar St, Yungaburra

“I would thank (former owners) Lynette and Peter Williams for allowing me to market and sell such a magnificent residence.”

The home, with five self-contained bedrooms and a commercial kitchen, was believed to have been built around 1911 and was listed for sale in July last year with a price tag of $1.4 million.

Williams Lodge at 16 Cedar St, Yungaburra

Williams Lodge underwent a $2 million renovation earlier this century after Mr Williams decided to breathe new life into the building.

The residence was reopened by Queensland governor Major General Peter Arnison in 2002 and operated for about a decade before closing.

About Us

The ReReport aims to continuously bring you exclusive content as well as stories from your favorite news sources for all things property.


Our mission is to create dialogue through important topics and current affairs that not only keep people informed, but also inspire them to engage, learn and usher in a better tomorrow.

Contact us

Get Latest Updates