WHEN Investor Centre chief executive Jody Elliss built his Belmont home, he was determined not to leave anything out.
It has a swimming pool, tennis court, a sound-proof media room and gym with a sauna.
There is a massive spiral wooden staircase, three Egyptian crystal chandeliers, six bedrooms, a parents’ retreat and a large private office. It all sits on a 10,120sq m parcel of land, which has its own private helipad that Mr Elliss said they decided to install so they could taken some lessons and potentially obtain their helicopter licences.
Mr Elliss said they had now bought another property in Chandler, so they have decided to put the Boston Rd property on the market.
Brenton Faehrmann of Ray White Bulimba, who is marketing the large home, said the property was unlike anything else in the area and had everything a buyer could want.
The property also comes with a separate 117sq m residence (which the family lived in while they built their dream home), which has been approved for commercial use and features four bedrooms or office rooms and 2.7m high ceilings.
There is also a lift well built into the main home, which would allow future owners to install a lift.
Mr Elliss said he had seen a lot of new large homes pop up in the area since they had lived there, with some blocks of land alone selling for $1 million.