The Fruitgrove Estate was advertised in the local papers on the days leading up to the sale.
The Fruitgrove Estate covers Bonemill Road, Hill Road, Mango Street (map shows as Mango Avenue), Warrigal Road (map shows as Gatehouse Road), Daw Road (map shows as Government Road), Pine Street, Orange Street, Lemon Street, Abercorn Street (map shows as Station Street), Nectarine Street (map shows as Railway Terrace), Pear Street, Plum Street, Beenleigh Road (map shows as Main Road), Diamond Place, Jade Close, Hillview Street, Daffodil Place, Premworth Place, Clematis Court, Eucalyptus Crescent, Vista Circuit, Coachwood Close, Ironwood Close, Rosewood Place, Kalanda Street, Islington Street, Pharaoh Close, Luscombe Street, Ardmore Street, Dolomite Street, Carellen Street, Bonhaven Street, Jaranga Street, Hollywood Street, Judith Court, Gleneva Street, Murrumba Street, Eastmere Street, Foxdale Street, Hinton Street.
Check out the 1946 Aerial view of the Fruitgrove Estate.
More Runcorn information available
- Runcorn Estate Maps
- Runcorn Streets
- Historical Images - Runcorn
- Aerial Photos - Runcorn
- News about Runcorn
The Brisbane Courier - Page 10
Wednesday, 5 May 1915
FRUITGROVE ESTATE, RUNCORN
Drive Out or go by train - It's only 9 miles from the city
It will open your eyes to the rich, volcanic, loamy, chocolate and red soil ridges that will grow bananas, strawberries, pineapples, etc to perfection; and the black soil flats for early vegetable crops cannot be beaten.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) at 11am in the Mart, Queen Street.
It's a chance. Avail yourself of it. No Bluff, but a safe investment.
Terms: Well! they are so liberal that the crops you grow will pay off the terms. One-tenth Cash; balance in half-yearly payments up to 3 years, interest 5 percent. If you pay cash within three months, no interest.
Get a Plan - Have a Look at It - and Buy.
G. H. Blockside & Ferguson, Auctioneers, Queen Street.