1929 Monte Video - 95 years ago today

Today, 95 years ago, on Saturday, 22 June 1929, the Monte Video in Windsor was being advertised for sale by auction on the ground.

Monte Video Map

1929 Monte Video - Windsor, Brisbane

The Monte Video was advertised in the local papers on the days leading up to the sale. 

Newspaper Advertisement

The Monte Video covers Eildon Road, Seventh Avenue, Sixth Avenue, Batchelor Street (map shows as Short Street), Kennedy Street and Stafford Street.

Google map showing the present day location of Monte Video

Check out the 1936 Aerial view of the Monte Video.

1936 Aerial Photo of Monte Video

1936 Aerial Photo of Monte Video

More Windsor information available

Newspaper Advertisement - The Brisbane Courier - Page 32

The Afternoon, Saturday 22nd June at 3pm on the ground

To Railway Men


For many years known as the residence and grounds of the late W. V. Ralston.

A beautiful grassy lawn-like paddock with easy slopes, running back from Eildon Road, and situated two minutes from Windsor Railway Station (41 trains daily) and five minutes from Bowen Bridge - Lutwyche trams - conveniently situated to new railway yards at Mayne - admirably suited for railway men - practically the last near-in city subdivision left - 2.5 miles from G.P.O.

29 Glorious Home Blocks

Each of which contains about 24 perches of Beautiful Land.

Every one good, and commanding nice views - all roads formed and graded - water, electric light and gas practically surrounding the estate.

With all these conveniences, buyers will have the opportunity on the 22nd June of purchasing exclusive home blocks on exceptional terms

£10 deposit, and £2 per allotment per month, interest 6 per cent.

The Auctioneers and Agents will be pleased to mail Lithos, giving full descripion to any intending purchasers.

Isles, Love & Co., Limited - Auctioneers

F.E. Shortt & Co., Agents in conjunction.

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