New view with every fresh tide
THIS “living” view that can change every minute with activity on the water or foreshore at Redcliffe could be yours as the tender for 42 Prince Edward Parade is still open until 5pm today.
Ray White New Farm agents Josh Brown and Matt Lancashire are marketing Frank and Ailbhe Cunningham’s impressive architecturally designed fourbedroom house.
From the beach, the facade is dominated by cantilevered balconies, endless glass and a reverse pyramidal staircase leading to a large landing with a prime vantage.
Beneath the terrace is a 12.5m indoor pool that opens itself on to a private outdoor area hidden from view and perfect for relaxing.
And congratulations to McGrath New Farm agent Sherrie Storor, who recalls a very busy Christmas negotiating the sale of 173 Gregory Tce, Spring Hill.
The Hartmans house has finally settled for $4.2 million. It sold after auction to Brisbane psychiatrist and pathologist Eric De Leacy, and his wife Alexis.
Previous owners Richard and Judy Hartman said they were both very impressed with Sherrie’s professionalism, enthusiasm and drive.
“We were immediately confident in her ability to sell our unique property,” they said.
“Since 1992 we have been involved in 18 real estate transactions, both as buyers and sellers. Of all these transactions, and the realtors involved, across the globe, we would have to place Sherrie Storor at the very top of the list in terms of experience, market knowledge, marketing expertise and, most importantly, integrity and honesty. We are now two of her biggest fans.”
New owner Dr De Leacy said he had been looking for a home to “downsize” into.
“It’s not a normal downsize exercise where you buy a smaller house as we have left a much larger one acre block in Indooroopilly,” Dr De Leacy said. “We wanted a classic home that was fully restored, plus we like the proximity to the city.”
Ray White New Farm agent Josh Brown appreciates the view from 42 Prince Edward Parade, Redcliffe. And Lokarlton, at 173 Gregory Tce, Spring Hill, has just been bought by Dr Eric and Alexis De Leacy through Sherrie Storor at McGrath.