Brisbane socialites and house owners of the favored South Financial institution restaurant Bacchus have put their beautiful Beverley Hills-style mansion on market.
Located at 68 Kitchener Highway, in Ascot, the super-luxe residence owned by Sarina and Eric
Lau is in contrast to something that the Brisbane market and has seen.
With 5 bedrooms, the house has all of the grace of a global five-star lodge.
Its interiors are styled in a nod to iconic dressmaker Ralph Lauren and it exudes
Hollywood glamour from the showstopper crystal chandelier within the lobby to the equestrian magnificence, stitched leathers and a wealthy navy and white palette all through the house.
The Laus purchased the Ascot dwelling at public sale for $3.26 million in 2013 after they fell in love with its hovering excessive ceilings, stable construction and nice location.
“We have been truly properly superior on the DA for an additional block to construct however we fell in love with this home and acquired it within the public sale, so we determined to renovate as a substitute and it was a giant job however we’re very happy with the way it turned out,” Mr Lau stated.
The Lau household received’t be transferring too far as they’re in search of their subsequent challenge in the identical space. Excessive on their want listing is room for a Championship-sized tennis courtroom, a 25m pool and library for his or her younger son.
The Kitchener Highway property is certainly one of numerous status houses to be auctioned as a part of an enormous Ray White “tremendous’ public sale occasion on the Calile Lodge in New farm on December 5.
One other is 1 Wybelenna Avenue, Brookfield, available on the market for the primary time.
Initially a non-public dwelling, the home was become a luxurious day spa by its house owners Heather and Charlie Sartain in 2015.
Designed by award-winning architect Shaun Lockyer, it’s greater than 50m lengthy and has turn out to be one of many metropolis’s most idyllic retreats, previous to it closing its doorways final month.
Set on a 6700 sqm, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom property was born out of the remnants of a cottage designed by influential Brisbane architect, Robin Gibson, which was a landmark construction within the space for a few years. Accomplished in 2012, the result’s a recent
interpretation of Californian modernism, closely influenced by the American architect Richard Neutra. It’s being bought as a longtime enterprise or may be turned again into a non-public dwelling.
Properties being bought on the Ray White tremendous public sale have to price greater than $2 million and main Ray White property agent Matt Lancashire stated they have been a few of the finest luxurious properties in Queensland.
He stated they’re holding the public sale occasion in response to Brisbane’s status property market being “on hearth”.