Cullen is a landmark Brisbane residence with a tremendous local history dating back to 1937 as one of the original Hamilton Hill residences.
Constructed by renowned engineer Edward Cullen and designed by prominent architect Mervyn Rylance, this established Georgian-style home made front page news at the time of its creation, reflecting its remarkable grandeur and distinction. Treasured by its current custodians, Cullen has been impeccably maintained and sympathetically updated to preserve its standing as a blue-chip family property.
Elevated and private from its prestigious cul-de-sac position, this generously proportioned estate includes lush landscaped gardens enclosing a swimming pool and charming gazebo. This perfectly manicured residence has an open-plan family kitchen with Ilve ovens and white Corian benchtops, along with polished jarrah floors, high ceilings, ornate cornices, and a granite fireplace.
The exterior displays the character of the house with the intricately detailed lamp handles mounted to the entrance, and the cream casement windows. There are multiple casual and formal entertaining zones scattered throughout the property and sprawling out to a pool and gardens. It also offers far more than your average house with an executive office, upper and lower level study nooks, a wine cellar and bar.
The plush, lavish master bedroom has an enclosed balcony, ensuite, and substantial storage.The room emanates luxury, from the soft grey carpets and the small wall detailing, to the cream furniture adding to the inviting atmosphere.
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