Entertain with the bright city lights as a backdrop

first_imgEven the bedrooms at 48/30 O’Connell Street, Kangaroo Point, have beautiful views.Sit in the outdoor spa and watch the city light up as the sun sets or entertain with the Brisbane city as a backdrop. The 424sq m property has high ceilings, open-plan living, a dedicated bar and an entertainer’s kitchen. The master suite has an ensuite with spa bath, a walk-in wardrobe and a private balcony. The three remaining bedrooms have balcony access. The property is on the market through Simon Caulfield and Courtney Maguire of Place Kangaroo Point. In Morningside, the three-bedroom townhouse at 1/73 Pashen St offers city views from the private main bedroom. The view from the deck at 1/73 Pashen Street, Morningside.Set in a complex of three, the property has a lounge room opening to the front courtyard and an open-plan kitchen and dining space flowing out to the rear courtyard through sliding door. The lights of the CBD can be seen from the back entertainment area. Upstairs, there is a family bathroom and three bedrooms, including the master suite with walk-in wardrobe, ensuite, private balcony and beautiful views.The balcony is big enough for an outdoor couch to relax on while soaking in the vista. The home is being sold by Tony O’Doherty and John Keating of Belle Property Bulimba. The view from the entertaining area at 35 Laidlaw Parade, East Brisbane.The property comes with a private 10m deep pontoon, wine cellar, cinema and guest quarters. The property will go to auction on Saturday, July 27, at 11am and is being marketed by George Trovas of Ray White Bulimba. Step into the two-storey penthouse at 48/30 O’Connell St, Kangaroo Point, to enjoy stunning 270-degree river and city views. More from newsNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoNoosa unit prices hit new record high as region booms: REIQ12 hours agocenter_img The stunning view from 48/30 O’Connell Street, Kangaroo Point.The bright city lights and stunning views from these Brisbane homes are sure to attract buyers like moths to a flame. In East Brisbane you can sit on your back deck at 35 Laidlaw Parade and watch the boats float by with the River City in the background. The five-bedroom home is spread across four levels with views from the master suite, living spaces, swimming pool and office. last_img read more

Abandoned Brisbane estate restored to former glory

first_imgWith almost 1000sq m of living space, the Singaporean Federation-style house features soaring ceilings, two fireplaces, panelled walls and polished timber floors. It has multiple living areas and entertaining spaces including a fully-equipped theatre, a bar room and a home office with kitchenette on the lower level with a separate entry. Mr Gordon said his family had hosted many memorable events at Winbrook, including the inaugural Winbrook Invitational Tennis Tournament and his son’s 21st birthday that included 120 guests. Elegantly restored to its magnificent former glory by Mr Gordon’s interior designer partner Lisa Page, the five-bedroom five-bathroom house dates back to the early 1900s and sits on a sprawling 3383sq m block in Kalinga. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow to bid at auction for your dream home? 01:45During a summer inspection of the historical inner-city “Winbrook’ estate, the owners found it abandoned, as though a family had just suddenly gotten up and left leaving all their belongings behind.“We bought the house in January 2018 and it had been vacant for about five years before that and actually wasn’t even on the market at the time,” mining industry veteran Brad Gordon said.“When we saw the property, it was in such a state of disrepair, but we saw that it had potential and knew the history of the place.” MORE NEWS: Mayor sells waterfront property Entry to the historical property is through electronic gates and through a long landscaped circular driveway that once belonged to the adjoining heritage-listed Kedron Lodge, built in the late 1860s.“Although vacant for at least five years, it had been occupied for brief periods of time throughout. When we first walked through it, it appeared as if the family had just got up and left,” Mr Gordon said.“There were colouring-in books on tables and crayons strewn across them. Clothes and toys were simply left where they had been dropped.”Mr Gordon said none of the essential services worked so there was no running water, power or any telecommunication connections. Most of the heavy lifting in regards to the renovation was completed in 2018, but the last room, the master ensuite, was finished a few months ago.“Lisa is an accomplished interior designer and this incredible restoration is thanks to her efforts. Sure, I was behind the end of a shovel at times but it’s her vision and talents that have transformed this magnificent property,” he said. Meet Brisbane’s house detectivescenter_img Brisbane’s best suburbs to invest in Arguably the most opulent room in the house, the master bedroom, boasts a parents’ retreat, walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite with a freestanding tub and bi-folding glass doors that open to a balcony that wraps around north-facing parts of the house.A decadent entertainer’s kitchen overlooking a living/dining area has a butler’s pantry, barista café station, a fridge drawer, two dishwaters, dual ovens, European appliances and sparkling water on tap. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago He said they were kept entertained by the property’s swimming pool, spa, two lounging cabanas and a floodlit championships size tennis court with elevated spectator’s rotunda.Additional executive features include a wine cellar, gym, 12 CCTV cameras, a four-car garage, a home automation and video intercoms system and an under-house water tank with pump and garden irrigation system. “I’ve lived in acreage before and we were living in an apartment in London before moving back to Australia in 2017, an experience that we won’t repeat,” Mr Gordon said.“But life at Winbrook has been fabulous, we don’t have any neighbours, it has an acreage feel and we’re just 5km from the city and back on to Kedron Brook. It genuinely it feels like you’re living in the county.” Winbrook is being marketed by Ray White New Farm agent Christine Rudolph and will go under the hammer at 2pm tomorrow (Saturday, November 30).last_img read more