A celebration of inspired craftsmanship, this architecturally designed, state-of-the-art home at Mount Kynoch sits in a class of its very own. Delivering a luxury oasis filled with premium finishes and flawless execution the home offers dual livability to the main residence and the separate self-contained guest villa.

Placed at the end of a peaceful cul-de-sac setting on an expansive manicured allotment, this multi-level masterpiece indulges in unobstructed north-easterly views over the escarpment. With a sizeable home designed by Lester Ehrlich, a Brisbane based architect who is known to create the essence of cultural identity using contextual images and sympathetic material, this house offers nothing but space for living. The house provides a rustic escape as soon as you enter the door with earth tones and dark tones used throughout. The main living area contains ample seating, as well as plenty of natural light, with a big fireplace. The gourmet kitchen benchtop is draped in rich granite and a large walk-in pantry.

The covered outdoor entertainment decks capture the stunning views of the estate. Host a weekend brunch with your friends on the entertainment deck as well with space for big group gatherings. Inside the house, the molding and the parquetrt floors add extra character in the house reminiscent of old world charm. The constant venture in between open concept living and closed quarters provides the house with a fusion between traditional and contemporary interior design.

The houses facade is expansive but welcoming, utilising cottage-esque lines. The estate offers an outdoor lovers dream. The landscaping of the house offers various shades of green luscious foliage. The landscaping is divided into garden levels with the lower levels of the yard providing a plethora of green lawn, with gradient hedges bordering the outside of the house.

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