16 Oxley Tce, Corinda.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The master bedroom is positioned towards the front of the house to capture the unbeatable river and mountain views, complete with lift access, balcony, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. The ground level has a dual car garage with extra storage, and an additional room which could be used as a home gym or wine cellar. The next level has a fully self-contained level at the front of the home, with a kitchen, bedroom, balcony and bathroom. 16 Oxley Tce, Corinda.Panoramic mountain and river views at 16 Oxley Tce, Corinda, will never get boring.The five-bedroom, four-bathroom house is a new, architecturally designed home.Property developer Jumshied Kashkari, from HDK Capital, said the home was made of concrete panels compared to traditional homes that had wooden frames. 16 Oxley Tce, Corinda.Mr Kashkari said lift access to each of the four levels was available within the home.The top floor features four bedrooms all with spacious wardrobes, ducted airconditioning and ceiling fans. 16 Oxley Tce, Corinda.Mr Kashkari said he loved many features throughout the home including the luxurious independent living area with a balcony.He said family members could live or rent out the space for an income.With a swimming pool at one end of the home and an outdoor kitchen on the balcony at the other, Mr Kashkari said it was easy to enjoy the breathtaking views.“The sunset is amazing,” he said. 16 Oxley Tce, Corinda.Other features of this family-friendly property include polished timber floors throughout the living areas, a fully paved pool area and sola power system.Selling agent Carol Summerlin, from Harcourts Graceville, said the one-of-a-kind home was in a prestigious location.
16 Red Gum Crescent, WakerleyTHERE is more to this contemporary home in Wakerley than meets the eye.The house at 16 Red Gum Cres may look small from the outside but owners Rebecca and Jamie Miller designed it to make living easy for a large family.Open living areas combined with a children’s retreat and study means there is plenty of space for a family to spend time together or spread out. 16 Red Gum Crescent, Wakerley“That whole area was being transformed (from) semirural lots into the first nice estate in that area.”Parklands and bike tracks are just a short walk away with schools and shops, including Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre, close by. 16 Red Gum Crescent, Wakerley“That’s probably the one thing that most people comment on when they visit – the floorplan and the layout,” Mrs Millers said.‘There is a lot of space in the house that’s even quite deceiving from the road.“From inside, it feels very spacious and it’s very comfortable to live in.”It has four bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and two bathrooms, one of which is an ensuite.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 16 Red Gum Crescent, WakerleyThe house was also designed to capture natural sunlight and the bay breezes – a feature Mrs Miller loved.She said the beachside lifestyle was one of the main reasons they decided to build in the area.“We just saw so much lifestyle potential in the area and a lot of growth to come,” Mrs Miller said. 16 Red Gum Crescent, WakerleyThe media room has dual zoned wired surround sound, which can be directed into the outdoor entertaining area.Mrs Miller said it enabled there to be music playing outside without disturbing those watching television in the media room.The 658sq m property has space for a pool in the backyard.
Auctioneer Haesley Cush in action. Image: AAP/Claudia Baxter.COORPAROO has been named Brisbane’s auction capital, with homes more likely to sell under the hammer there than in any other suburb.New figures reveal 55 per cent of homes sell at auction in the popular inner-city suburb — significantly higher than the overall clearance rate for Brisbane of 49 per cent.Sunnybank Hills had the highest number of homes taken to auction during the March quarter, with 28 auctions held and a 40 per cent of those selling under the hammer, according to CoreLogic’s latest Quarterly Auction Market Review. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Houses in the suburb of Coorparoo, which has the highest auction clearance rate in Brisbane.CoreLogic senior research analyst Cameron Kusher admitted it was “not a particularly strong result” for the Queensland capital.“Brisbane still isn’t a very auction-centric market,” Mr Kusher said. “And it’s really only worthwhile (going to auction) if you’ve got a unique property offering because it’s hard to gauge how much demand there will be.” BRISBANE CRACKS TOP 100 LIST HAMPTONS IN BRISBANE INSIDE SAMANTHA RILEY’S NEW HOME The combined capital city auction clearance rate increased to 64.6 per cent over the March quarter, up from 62.3 per cent over the December quarter.Clearance rates increased across all cities except Perth and Hobart.Melbourne recorded the highest clearance rate at 68.4 per cent, up from 68.1 per cent the previous quarter, followed by Canberra at 67.9 per cent. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago Auction clearance rates across all capital cities rose in the March quarter. Image: AAP/Lukas Coch.But compared to the same time a year ago, capital city auction success rates have fallen more than 10 per cent, while auction volumes have increased.After Sydney and Melbourne, Brisbane was host to the highest volume of auctions over the March quarter, with 1247 homes going under the hammer.Auction volumes fell across all regions except the Gold Coast, but it also recorded the lowest clearance rate.CAPITAL CITY AUCTION CLEARANCE RATESSydney 63.6% (7,755 auctions)Melbourne 68.4% (9,488 auctions)Brisbane 49% (1,247 auctions)Adelaide 65.7% (961 auctions)Perth 34.7% (374 auctions)Tasmania 51 % (68 auctions)Canberra 67.9% (808 auctions)Combined capitals 64.6 % (20,701 auctions)(Source: CoreLogic)
The modern mansion at 2048 The Circle, Sanctuary Cove.JUST like a piece of contemporary art, this Sanctuary Cove mansion stands out among the others lining the water’s edge.Owners Del and Les Constable designed and built the abstract home at 2048 The Circle in 2008.Wanting “something different”, the couple let their imaginations run wild to come up with a design that would challenge existing ideas of modern living.“It was very modern in its time,” Mrs Constable said. The bathroom is massive! Water views can be seen from most of the home’s rooms. The home’s abstract style makes it stand out among others on the waterfront. The whole living area opens onto the outdoor area. It has an open living area that flows onto the outdoor area, perfect for entertaining.“It’s still modern 10 years later so it was very out there when we first built it.”The mansion is now on the market for $3.98 million.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoStone, timber and neutral tones give it a sleek style while cutting-edge technology offers luxury appeal.The fireplace, bar, home theatre and master bedroom ensuite with spa are among its best features.Mrs Constable sketched the first floor plan then worked with an architect for months to turn it into their dream home.They made changes as they went along to improve the design, including a wood and glass staircase.“We had the staircase coming up the centre of the foyer but I sat down and designed (the existing) staircase myself,” Mrs Constable said. Care for a drink? There’s plenty of space to lounge outside. The bar is tucked under the feature staircase.“We like it much, much better – it’s got more character to it.”Every detail of the home has been well thought out.For example, they have concealed all the home’s downpipes and added fibre optic lights in the theatre’s ceiling to look like the Southern Cross – a hit feature with the Constables’ grandchildren.“It was a real thing for them to lie on the floor and look up to see if they could see the Southern Cross in the lights,” Mr Constable said.But it’s the outdoor entertainment area with pool and barbecue overlooking the water that they love most.“At Christmas time, we have had up to 24 people here,” Mr Constable said.This is the fifth house they have built over the years, each getting slightly bigger.“It is very, very different to what we’ve built before but we’ve always liked contemporary homes,” Mrs Constable said.They have decided it is much too big for them now, so want to sell and travel. The swimming pool wraps around one corner of the house.