A MODERNISED mansion at Stretton has sold for almost $1 million. The five-bedroom property at 3 Elm Court was on the market for three weeks before buyers snapped it up for $900,000. LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills sales agent Peter Florentzos said there was quite a bit of interest in the property, but it wasn’t until after auction that the new owners decided to make a bid. “We sold it a couple of hours after the auction,” Mr Florentzos said.
A LUXURY, modern mansion overlooking the North Lakes Golf Course has hit the market with a hefty price tag. The architectural marvel at 16 Kennedy Court, which is listed for $1,650,000 or more, is perched on an 832sq m block at North Lakes. It has an open kitchen, dining and family room, which opens up onto a large alfresco area. A massive pool, which features a glass-tiled crocodile on the bottom, stretches around one corner of the house and overlooks the golf course.
SOPHISTICATION and serenity are the foundations of this stunning property at Clayfield. Owners Julie and Eric Anning worked with award-winning architect Liam Proberts to design their dream home at 14 Union St, where they have lived since 2001. Mrs Anning said it was the perfect opportunity once their children had grown up and moved out of home. “We built it with us in mind,” Mrs Anning said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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