Inner city luxury oasis
Located in the exclusive cul-de-sac of Brydon Street, this premium quality 3 year old property lies in arguably the best position in the street – with its north-facing aspect and excellent cross breezes flowing through all day. If you are looking for luxury, functionality, privacy, and exceptional value, look no further. Everything about this residence will impress, so be quick to inspect.
A list of the property’s assets reads like a guidebook to the home you have always wanted: with enough space to cater for the most demanding of family members, it offers four large bedrooms(including an entirely self-sufficient parents’ wing), a generous media room or fifth bedroom if required, substantial al fresco with bi-folds opening to the pond and tropical water feature, two stunning bathrooms plus powder room, butler’s pantry, open-plan dining/lounge/kitchen, two balconies looking on to the greenery below, ample laundry with Robinhood Ironing Centre, ducted air, video intercom, electric gates, double remote garage plus further room for two cars off street and much more. One must inspect to truly appreciate.
The kitchen boasts premium contemporary fittings: stainless steel 5-burner Blanco gas stove top and professional grade 75cm wide-bodied electric oven, Caesarstone benches, slide-out rangehood, integrated Bosch dishwasher, filtered and chilled water tap, double sink with insinkerator and soft-close drawers. Coupled with ample storage, cupboards and private sink, the kitchen will become the domain of the master chef and encourage lighthearted conversation over nibbles as you prepare savoury concoctions.
Surrounded by luscious tropical gardens, the house enjoys privacy from neighbours and offers glimpses of jasmine and Cordylines through the hallway windows leading to the main reception area, which is distinguished by gleaming modern louvres, cooling floor tiles and built-in stereo speakers.
Upstairs the extremely private parents’ wing impresses with its enormous his-and-hers built-ins, large ensuite with dual sinks, private balcony, spacious kitchenette and personalised study all behind a door which separates the parents from the rest of the family. This place of solitude is a real jewel in the crown of this property.
Completing the package, you’ll appreciate the walk-in insulated wine cellar, 2-car remote garage with storage, 2-car off road parking, video intercom, full insulation, ducted air-con, top-of-the-range security system, 2 water tanks, fibre optic internet connection, gas hot water, ceiling fans throughout, sensor flood lighting, easy to maintain landscaped gardens and lime, lemon and tangelo trees in the garden.
Let this garden of Eden tempt you to a life of luxury and limitless indulgence.
The suburb of Highgate Hill is located 2 km from the CBD and in the much sought after Brisbane State High catchment area. With its commanding position allowing easy access to major amenities, trendy retail outlets and various local parks and bikeways, it lies in the dress circle of Brisbane’s inner city suburbs. You even have a park in your own street. Not only are you close to the eateries and bars in Hardgrave Road, it also only takes a 15-minute walk to Boundary Street and West End’s bohemian mix of bars, cafes, restaurants and specialty stores. Also nearby are craft outlets, produce markets, clearance warehouses and the excitement of Southbank Parklands.
Brydon Street is served by 2 city bus services the 196 and 192 which can whisk you into the CBD in no time at all. You are close to the Mater (which has recently undergone its extension for children’s services) and buses to the University of Queensland stop frequently along Dornoch Terrace and the South Bank train station is also within walking distance. There is easy access to major transport arteries and to the city via the William Jolly Bridge, Southeast Freeway, Goodwill Pedestrian Bridge or the Go Between Bridge.
Other nearby educational facilities include St Laurence College and Somerville House. Nearby primary schools include West End State School and St Joseph’s at Kangaroo Point. You can stroll across the Goodwill Bridge to QUT or down to the Queensland College of Art or Griffith University Conservatorium of Music at Southbank. The University of Queensland is a short trip across the river while you can also enrol at Southbank TAFE to learn new skills and interests to enhance your lifestyle.
You’re only a few minutes from the hub of Brisbane’s cultural and intellectual life the celebrated Queensland Performing Arts Complex (QPAC), the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Opera Queensland, Queensland Theatre Company, the State Library, Queensland Museum, Maritime Museum and the Science Centre. The cream of Queensland’s creative life lies just a short walk away.