Skyline view will be a big hit
OCCUPYING one of the highest points in Brisbane, this two-storey residence boasts views from Moreton Bay to the Glass House Mountains, taking in glimpses of the city skyline.
A long hall from the grand foyer showcases the ground floor’s split-level layout.
The floorplan houses multiple living areas, with the kitchen as the centrepiece.
The property has been designed with an abundance of windows and sliding doors to capture natural light and cross breezes.
Facing north and enjoying the stunning views, the formal lounge room flows to a sitting room, then the open-plan kitchen and dining area, which leads to a glassed sunroom.
The contemporary kitchen features granite bench tops, European ash cabinets, stainless-steel appliances and ample storage space.
From the kitchen and dining area, sliding glass doors open to an outdoor area overlooking a lagoon-style in-ground pool.
On a split level is an additional living area with a built-in bar opening to a side patio. The ground floor also includes a laundry with access to the patio, a bathroom and an office with private entry.
Internal stairs lead to the property’s upper level which features four spacious bedrooms.
The main bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows and glass sliding doors opening to a balcony that extends across the front of the house.
It also includes a walk-in wardrobe and dressing room, and an ensuite with a double vanity.
The three other bedrooms are separated from the main bedroom by a rumpus area, stairs and a family bathroom with a corner spa.
Two of the bedrooms enjoy access to the front balcony and views beyond, and all have built-in wardrobes. There is ample storage space throughout.
A paved driveway leads to a separate three-car garage with a workshop.
Established gardens, hedging and a water feature provide an appealing first impression.
Other features of the property include ceiling fans, airconditioning and solar power. Westfield Carindale and Greenslopes Private Hospital are nearby.