One of Brisbane’s most private mansions is set to become its most expensive.
The owners of the unique home built on the side of a hill at 10 Morgan Street, Ascot, wanted to create a super-private design that made the most of its location.
The address is the only property of its kind boasting uninterrupted views over the Brisbane River and city centre.
The owners of a unique home built on the side of a hill at 10 Morgan Street, Ascot endeavoured to create a super-private design that utilised its location- It features five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a seven-space car park garage broken over five levels.
It features five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a seven-space car park garage broken over five levels.
The house has a focus on indoor-outdoor living incorporating a stunning infinity pool and a commercial quality kitchen.
Ray White New Farm principal Matt Lancashire said that the house was going on the market for the first time on Monday and expected to attract a record sale price for Brisbane.
‘This is the best fit-out you’ll see in a residential property, there’s nothing like this in Queensland,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.
‘The next owner of 10 Morgan Street Ascot will have Brisbane’s most outstanding inner city property, only minutes away from the CBD.’
The highest price paid for a Brisbane property currently sits at $14 million.
It was broken when a riverfront property in Hawthorn was purchased by mining magnate Gina Rinehart in October 2014.
The owners of 10 Morgan Street said they had created their home for a ‘Queensland lifestyle’ and would be proud to pass it on to another owner.
‘This is a pure entertainment house,’ Mr Lancashire told Daily Mail Australia.
The property will go to tender for four weeks meaning interested buyers have a month to put in their best bids.