A five-bedroom home is offering potential buyers a tropical escape that aims to replicate a Bali resort – but it’ll set you back $3.2 million.
The property in Queensland has become the most viewed home in Brisbane over the past seven days and features a 150,000 litre salt water lagoon pool, swim-up bar and butler’s pantry.
The property is surrounded by native palms and is also home to a fully-enclosed Balinese hut that’s currently being used as an entertainment room.
An expansive five-bedroom home on the market is offering potential buyers a tropical escape that replicates a Bali resort
The gorgeous property is priced at $3.2 million and has sent Queenslanders into a click frenzy as it is the most viewed Brisbane property from the last seven days
The two-storey Queenslander house has been featured in countless home publications, including ‘Home Design Magazine,’ ‘Winning Homes Queensland,’ and ‘Lifestyle Pools’.
The five-bedroom and three-bathroom house was built by its current owners, who bought the 4.2-hectare block neighbouring the Brisbane State Forest in 2003.
‘The kitchen comes complete with a unique butler’s pantry and gourmet appliances such as a Miele dishwasher, steam oven and coffee machine, Smeg six burner gas range top and oven to help you plate your most delectable dishes,’ the Domain website reads.
‘A formal lounge-dining room and casual dining and family areas adjoin the kitchen.’
One of the largest drawing points for this house is the whopping 150,000 litre salt water lagoon pool complete with a swim-up bar
It is framed in native palms and flora, with a fully-enclosed Balinese hut that’s currently being used as a relaxing entertainment room
The country-style kitchen compliments the charm of Colonial cabinetry and the quartz bench-tops and fixtures
On the second floor two bedrooms and a large study library are located, with one of the rooms being an expansive master bedroom.
From here there is access to the deck, which practically wraps around the entire home.
The large walk-in wardrobe leads to an ensuite bathroom that features a large, glass-walled dual shower, claw foot bath, toilet and double-sink vanity.
What are some of the house’s most impressive features?
• Bitumen side road that goes down the left side of the property to a two-car garage or can be used as a shed
• A 150,000 litre salt water lagoon pool
• A two-car garage
• Five bedrooms, a built-in office and large study library, three bathrooms and four toilets
• 5kW solar energy system
• Private and secure entrance gates with remote control
• One 20,000Ltr, one 30 000ltr concrete water tanks – one is storm water and one is town water
• Private and public schools encompass the area
• Built-in VacuMaid ducted vacuum system
• Geochron World Clock in the kitchen
• Remote and secluded, yet less than 3km away from The Gap Village Shopping Centre with a Coles, Aldi, dental and medical services, cafes, gyms and more
Although the garden looks like a tropical resort the house itself is a spacious two-storey Queenslander
The expansive master bedroom is located at the western end of the house which has access to the deck
The spacious and decked-out walk-in wardrobe would look right at home in Beverly Hills
The other three bedrooms are located on the lower level and they all feature built-in wardrobes.
There is also an additional bathroom with shower, tub and sink for guests.
The first level is built for entertainment as there is a billiards room, home cinema with projector, screen, JBL 5 speaker surround sound and subwoofer.
The glamorous ensuite features a large, glass-walled dual shower, Claw Foot Bath, toilet and double-sink vanity
There are five large and well-lit bedrooms on the property and they all feature built-in wardrobes
On top of this there is a remote-controlled split-system air conditioning unit.
If buyers aren’t won over by these features then there is also a full-sized, flood lit tennis court that is adjacent to the swimming pool.
Although the property is remote and secluded it is less than three kilometres away from The Gap Village Shopping Centre which contains stores such as Coles, Aldi, dental and medical services, cafes and gyms.
There are multiple rooms for the new home owners to entertain guests in with windows that look out onto the luscious and green garden
There is the comfort of a remote-controlled split-system air conditioning unit for those sweltering summer days
It is also 14 kilometres away from Brisbane’s central business district, which is only a 20 minute drive from the house.
Mountain biking trails start at the top of the driveway and the Enoggera Reservoir – which boasts hiking trails, kayaking and open water swimming – is only a short drive away.
‘Highwood Road is already establishing itself as a “millionaire’s row” in a boastful bushland setting so private, with limited development opportunities, yet so close to the necessities,’ the Domain site reads.
The first level is built for entertainment as there is a billiards room, home cinema with projector, screen, JBL 5 speaker surround sound and subwoofer
If buyers aren’t won over by these impressive features then perhaps the full-sized, flood lit tennis court that is adjacent to the swimming pool may change their mind