Penthouse 1305 is one of Brisbane’s largest and most elusive penthouses, sitting impressively on the top floor of 161 Grey Street in South Brisbane. Boasting a 25 metre north facing frontage, this extensive property captures panoramic views over the CBD, Brisbane river, South Bank Parklands and the future Queens Wharf Casino Precinct.
Stretching across 353 square metres of living area this prestigious residence offers a genuine house alternative in the heart of one of Brisbane’s cultural areas. American oak timber flooring is utilised throughout the home, adding a touch of sophistication to the dwelling. The kitchen is fitted with Gaggenau appliances, allowing the householder to dine in style. The second living area complements the kitchen, gifting the homeowners with a generous space for entertainment.
Five bedrooms are positioned throughout the house, with the master bedroom including an ensuite with his and hers wardrobes. Four bathrooms accompany this to top off the sophistication and elegance of the apartment. A separate internal laundry and study are strategically placed within the household, combined with a lockable walk in storage room to store any unnecessary items the home owners may possess.
Four side by side car spaces are allotted with the residence, gifting the owners the luxury of on site parking. The entire residence is then rapped together with ducted and zoned air-condition, allowing for cool summer days, and toasty winter evenings. Placed in such a bustling cultural hub, an array of varying cuisines, arts and cultural entities wait outside the residence.
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