WHO’S HOME?

Strong In­ter­est

The Courier-Mail - Property - - Front Page -

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.

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