Beautifully renovated and all your for $1.125 millionMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoThe home is a classic circa 1890, two-level, terrace house with four-bedrooms, three-bathrooms, three-car parking and two-street access.The catch? It’s set on just 182sq m, so the money you save on a mower could go towards the $1.125 million asking price. The home is a classic example of a circa 1890 cottage.The fully restored home also featured beautiful high ceilings, vintage oak stairs, French doors, verandas and deck, and views across the suburb to distant mountains. A room with a view — not starring Helena Bonham Carter.The home last traded in April 1998 for $175,000 and attempts to sell for ‘over $1 million’ last year failed, but with inquiry for high quality inner-city real estate on the rise, a new owner might be just around the corner. Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter @kieranclair 23 Belgrave Street, Petrie Terrace could be Brisbane’s smallest freehold lot currently on the market.‘Good things come in small packages’ as demonstrated by this listing at 23 Belgrave St, Petrie Terrace. A great place to get away — and all within two kilometres of the CBD.