Located six kilometers from Brisbane’s CBD, Clayfield is a quiet residential area that has seen an annual growth rate of 25.9%. Home to hidden historic landmarks and tree-lined streets, the suburb exudes charm around every corner. Clayfield has a median house price of A$1.63 million and houses tend to stay on the market for an average of 23 days.
Designed by architect Rob Cottee, ‘Tanglin House’ is a Brisbane estate steeped in luxury throughout its breathtaking 1,610 square meter block.
Capturing breathtaking views of the Brisbane skyline, this residence is located within walking distance of bustling local markets, lush nature parks and an elite selection of Brisbane schools.
Inspired by pre-war colonial architecture in Singapore, the house is a blend of art deco and Victorian design with wooden floors, stackable sliding doors and plantation shutters.
Step inside to enjoy spacious, bright entertaining areas and luxury accommodations. A formal living room and dining room ensure guests and residents a sophisticated entertaining experience with a view of the lush garden.
The kitchen is adorned with granite marble, wooden floors, white walls and molded cabinetry for a truly lush dining experience.
Lavish amenities are built into every corner of the house, including a wine cellar hidden underground, ideal for private tastings.
Stepping outside, the property makes use of the beautiful Queensland landscape and includes a full size lighted tennis court framed by manicured greenery and an outdoor patio area. Rain or shine, the outdoor space is a great opportunity for pure leisure.
Climb the stairs or take the internal elevator to find four of the property’s five bedrooms, each a private oasis of grand proportions. The master suite has a dual access dressing room, bathroom and retreat space.
This property should be auctioned on Saturday August 27 at noon if it has not been sold before.
Source: PR Data
- – Median home price of $1,630,000 A
- – 25.9% average annual growth
- – 10,897 inhabitants
- – 37 Middle Age