Sandstone terraces offer a commanding garden outlook from modern residence

DESIGNED by Brisbane architect Ann-Maree Ruffles this home has several elements influenced by Japanese design.

Owner Seyeon Lee, who has lived at 16 Bluebell Place for two years, has loved the modern open-plan design.

An imposing garden outlook.

An imposing garden outlook.Source:Supplied

“I helped design it with the architect, and it’s very lovely and beautiful,” she said.

“The outlook onto the backyard and terraced sandstone blocks is really pretty looking out from the kitchen.”

Stone walls are a feature of the lounge.

Stone walls are a feature of the lounge.Source:Supplied

The unique home has an entrance hall and lounge featuring floor-to-ceiling stone walls.

There are also Italian floor tiles, plantation shutters, laminated flooring and ducted airconditioning throughout.

The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite with freestanding bath and access to the patio.

One other bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe, and two bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.

The galley-kitchen has an undermount sink, 90cm gas cooktop, breakfast bar and a butler’s pantry.

Ms Lee said the house had been good for entertaining as there was plenty of space.

“Sometimes my daughter’s friends would come over, and it never felt small,” she said.

“It’s lovely and spacious.”

There is also storage space, media room, study, sitting room and patio.

A family home close to family facilities.

A family home close to family facilities.Source:Supplied

The 1295sq m property is close to schools, parks, walking tracks, public transport, the Brookwater Golf Course and the Orion Shopping Centre.

Ms Lee described the neighbourhood in Brookwater as “lovely”.

“It’s a great place if you like golf with the golf course so close by,” she said.

“There’s so many good schools, facilities and growth in the area with the shopping centre expansion and lagoon.

“It’s got everything a family could need.”

The Orion Shopping Centre recently underwent a $154 million expansion including a Town Square dining precinct and Event Cinemas.

The median house price for Brookwater is $515,000, a 42.7 per cent increase over the past year and a 37.3 per cent increase in three years.

FEATURES: Stone feature walls, Italian floor tiles, plantation shutters, media room, butler’s pantry, ducted airconditioning

PRICE GUIDE: $835,000+

AGENT: Larry Clifford and Kim Howarth, Ray White Brookwater, 0438 888 622 or 0407 980 514.

 

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