This timeless Queenslander has been meticulously renovated to offer the height of luxury, quality, and contemporary family living. Positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac less than 250 metres from Oxford Street’s dynamic lifestyle precinct, the elevated grounds boast a series of stunning north-east facing living spaces, as well as sweeping views through South Brisbane, the Teneriffe Woolstore buildings and Portside Hamilton.
Designed with an emphasis on both family versatility and lavish indoor-outdoor entertaining, the expansive dual-level residence caters to even the busiest of households. Three spacious internal living zones, a huge deck with an incredible outdoor kitchen, and child-friendly rear lawns are just a few features in this expansive Queenslander. The home’s elegant facade and original period details have been combined with exquisite high-end finishes. Opulent Carrara marble, black fountain granite, Italian designer Fortuny pendant lights, and silver travertine are just a few of the elements that enhance the home’s grand design. The striking kitchen features a marble island breakfast bar, butler’s pantry, and high-quality appliances. There are also glass bi-folding windows that connect the kitchen to an alfresco deck, an undercover entertaining pavilion with a wood fired pizza oven, and a granite-topped kitchen right next to the saltwater swimming pool and heated spa.
Completely rebuilt to the highest of architectural standards, this beautiful residence also features four large bedrooms, a master bedroom with a custom walk-in wardrobe, and a separate home office with a custom integrated desk and shelving. Three suburb tiled bathrooms with frameless glass shower screens and designer fittings are also featured in this magnificent home. A sophisticated open-plan living space has been designed with a gas fireplace, magnificent bar, a spacious lounge that seamlessly flows out to the rear gardens, and a huge additional room that could be used as either a media room, gymnasium, work studio or potential fifth bedroom with its own entry.
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