30 Kitchener Road, Ascot, has gone under contract.
The latest masterpiece of renowned Brisbane architect Shaun Lockyer has been snapped up for a suitably jawdropping sum.
You needed deep pockets to nab the Ascot creation that only recently burst onto the listings scene — it’s believed to have gone under contract in the mid-$5million range.
The property has seen strong interest and a blaze of publicity since it was released in October in an expressions of interest campaign. It was declared under contract this week.
Its charm was that it exemplifies new age Queensland living, built entirely around indoor-outdoor flow, maximising living space and creating zones for various family activities.
Agent Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm could not comment except to confirm the property had three offers, with 68 buyers met during inspections with interest nationally and offshore.
The home sits in prime position among Ascot’s avenues and within the much sought after Ascot School catchment, but it’s the house itself which has been widely coveted.
Mr Lockyer designed 30 Kitchener Road as a five bedroom, four bathroom, three car space home, hugging three sides of the large 898 sqm block.
The home also has dual street access — a rarity in any suburb, let alone bluechip Ascot.
Add to that just about every modern feature a 21st century family could lust after — from au pair accommodation to a separate playroom for kids.
The home has dual street access.
The outdoor area was an integral part of the design.
Light and dark interplay throughout the home.
There’s an outdoor kitchen, wood fireplace, external shower and powder room, full automation of everything from security to lighting to music, underfloor heating and Miele appliances.
The house also has 10.68kW solar system with 10kW battery storage, a vertical garden, swimming pool and pool storage house.
Mr Lancashire, who marketed the property with colleague Jahkoda Ferguson, had listed the home as “a luxe ultra-modern residence” and “one that must be inspected to truly grasp its magnitude”.
It was described as “an atrium-style design allows for extraordinary visibility and functionality with a seamless indoor/outdoor integration between the lavish interior and Steven Clegg-designed landscape”.
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High ceilings and an open plan living style.
More than enough room in the walk in robe.
30 Kitchener Road meshes concrete, metal and greenery for street appeal.