A multi-level entertainer’s home in Brisbane’s Ascot has to be seen to be believed.
Listed by Ray White and represented by Matt Lancashire, the mansion boasts a private ‘man cave’ that can only be accessed by a secret button inside a Shakespeare’s bust.
The six-bedroom property is scheduled to go to auction on September 17 and is expected to sell for at least $12million, based on previous sales in the sought-after area.
Described as a private ‘Bear Cave’, the hidden room is every man’s dream with a pool table, copper bar, and even a sound-proofed recording studio.
The hideaway’s aesthetic is certainly luxurious with leather couches and bar stools, red illuminated walls and plush patterned carpet.
Other standout features of the seven-bathroom property include the 726-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar, two swimming pools plus plunge pool, commercial-sized gym, three powder rooms and home cinema.
The future buyer can relax and unwind after a hard day’s work on one of the multiple alfresco terraces that offer undisturbed views from Brisbane River to Mt Cootha.
Interiors are sleek and modern with soaring ceilings, a marble kitchen with top-notch Gaggenau appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows and glass tiles imported from Spain.
Ray White’s Matt Lancashire expects the epic property will sell prior to its auction date.
“As we start to move into the spring selling season there remains plenty of positivity for sellers and buyers. This is the best market I have seen in my 16 years in real estate,” he says.
With recent Domain data showing that auction volumes are continuously on the rise ahead of spring selling season, Lancashire adds that auctions are now the preferred method of sales.
“Auctions will continue to be the preferred method of sale as it allows the opportunity to create a platform to showcase a competitive environment, ensuring sellers can obtain an exceptional result.”
Article source: Queensland Property Investor