Impressive and spacious
WALLS of floor-to-ceiling glass have created this spacious and light-filled contemporary residence built over two levels.
The residence, set on a 733sq m block and less than five kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD, showcases an open-plan design with an impressive level of fixtures and fittings.
A large glass main entry door leads into a voided gallery entrance with a tiled floor and a floating timber staircase climbing to the upper level.
Adjacent to the entry is a media room with cabinetry including a desk with sliding glass doors leading to the backyard and a courtyard at the front.
The entrance gallery flows past a powder room to a large open-plan design boasting living and dining areas divided by a kitchen. This area features striking black cabinetry, stone benchtops, extensive storage space, a walk-in pantry with laundry and stainless steel appliances. There is also an island bench and breakfast bar.
The living and dining spaces boast tiled floors, high ceilings and recessed lighting. A chandelier and two-way fireplace is featured in the dining area with the living area featuring a voided roof space. To one side there is access to a gravel courtyard through floor-toceiling sliding glass doors.
Opposite, more floor-toceiling sliding glass doors and bi-fold doors lead to an established garden with lawn looking to an inground pool and surrounding deck protected by frameless glass balustrades.
There is also a covered patio featuring a built-in bar, twoway fireplace and barbecue.
On the upper level, the main bedroom is at the rear of the floorplan and features carpet flooring, a dressing room with built-in shelving, ceiling fan and ensuite with twin vanities, floorto-ceiling tiles and a separate spa bathtub and shower. There is also access through floor-toceiling sliding glass doors to a covered balcony looking to the pool.
Adjacent is a bedroom with built-in wardrobes with a gallery hallway featuring timber flooring overlooking the living room below and also providing access to an outside walkway through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors with views to the pool.
Towards the front of the floorplan, two further bedrooms with built-in wardrobes have access to a bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower. The bedroom at the front of the floorplan also flows to a covered balcony.
Beyond the voided roof space above the entry is the fifth bedroom, set up as a family room, which flows to two balconies, one looking to the front of the residence, the other to the pool.
Other features include ceiling fans, a 5000-litre water tank, double garage and single carport space.
The residence, with a northeast aspect, is close to the Brisbane River and opposite Johnston Park.