This jaw-dropping $20 million designer home in Brisbane’s inner suburbs truly is a dream address.
It is so in every sense, because this brand new masterpiece is yet to be finished.
Completed construction of the home in Indooroopilly, named Hacienda, is in March 2024, the listing reveals. It is so luxe, it even includes a glass-encased lift that will glide the lucky new occupants between the stylish levels.
The property carries $20 million-plus price hopes, on the books of NGU Real Estate’s Emil Juresic and Nhan Tran.
At that sum, it will easily set a suburb record for Indooroopilly – and by a mega margin.
The highest price paid in the postcode is understood to be $12 million.
Hacienda will overlook the Indooroopilly Golf Course, covering more than 1320 square metres of internal luxury.
The custom home with five bedrooms and six bathrooms is under construction, the Domain listing advises, in a plum pocket of the suburb with green vistas..
Even the outdoor kitchen is a cut above the norm for everyday households, equipped with a spit roast and a pizza oven.
The pool spans 18 metres, and there will also be a gym, steam room and spa for the new owner.
If that is not enough entertainment, the property includes a cinema room.
Three of the six bathrooms are en suites, and the main bedroom is flourished with a private sitting area – for parents to retreat to – and a dressing room.
The artist images in the swish campaign show a rooftop terrace with a vine-draped arbor, high above the golf course.
A dramatic, curved path to the front door, where the owner will be greeted by soaring banks of glass, sets the tone from the moment they step inside the security gate.
The listing follows the sale of a sculptural triumph in the same suburb.
The home at 45 Glencairn Avenue went above and beyond with its streetside appeal.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom property called Sculp is like a work of art, with its unusual roofline and sleek aesthetic.
Indooroopilly QLD 4068
Designed by architectural company Graya, the luxury home is defined by its “seamlessly weaving arches, curves and vertical shapes”, as stated on the Domain listing.
The abode sold on November 3 for an undisclosed figure. However, agents Josh Brown and Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm tell Nine it sold for in excess of $9 million.
The median house price in Indooroopilly, a riverside suburb 7km from the Brisbane CBD, is $1.37 million (near 58 per cent price growth in five years), Domain’s September 2023 House Price Report shows.