Set on an elevated position, this house captures city views and beyond to the Border Ranges and Paddington. An elevator connects the three levels with the first level providing three bedrooms, wine cellar, storage space, double garage, and a casual living area that opens out onto a private balcony.
Agent, Glynis Austin, told SCHWARTZWILLIAMS, '“This exceptional, large, apartment-style home has jaw-dropping city views almost within reach. Inner-city living traditionally means character homes not beautiful contemporary dwellings such as this one. This home is memorable for many reasons, it has a timeless quality, the standard of finish is exceptional, each level has its own living area and all connect through internal stairs and elevator."
Entry via the mid-level leads to a large study, which can be accessed without entering the rest of the house. A separate powder room is located beside the study.
The master suite includes a walk-in robe, ensuite and a lounge room that has two separate outdoor spaces, one to the front of the home that also has an outdoor pizza oven. The second outdoor area to the rear of the home is next to the infinity lap pool.
The penthouse level has a kitchen next to the living area. There is also an entertainer's deck with outdoor kitchen on this level.
- Three bathrooms
- Tiled pool
- Air conditioning
- Lock up two-car garage
This house is close to Brisbane Grammar Schools, Petrie Terrace State School, restaurants and cafes.
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