162 Sanctuary Drive, Mount Cotton, Queensland 4165
In The Lap Of Tropical LuxuryProudly perched within an endless sea of green, this recently refurbished, contemporary residence on 1.54 acres has a distinctive modern edge. A clever selection of sumptuous, natural materials lends an air of elegant cohesion to the timeless interior.
Layers of dense tropical plantings add a sleek fringe to the central entertaining pavilion anchored by a spectacular fully tiled swimming pool and outdoor kitchen. Light filled spaces flowing to deep timber decks offer dramatic views of the surrounding landscape.
A luxurious master suite complete with bespoke timber cabinetry, built in dressing room and a serene, restorative bathroom is a very functional space that feels like a resort. Materials are low key but special. Turko Argento limestone tiles, Victoria & Albert Ravello bath and vanity basins, Gessi tapware and considered atmospheric lighting add a luminous quality to the space giving it personality.
With owners who love to entertain, a state of the art kitchen will always be the centre of the home. Sweeping strokes of EssaStone underscore the kitchen's natural ingenuity. Fully integrated Leibherr fridge and freezer, pull out pantries, induction cooktop, steam oven, combi microwave and coffee machine will satisfy the passionate cook.
A series of open informal spaces that are family-friendly encourage summer activities to spill from indoors to out. However when summer is long gone and we turn our attention inwards to more intimate entertaining options, a wood burning fireplace and log store will create a sense of occasion.
Fun and functionality come together in the moody media/games room. With direct access to the outdoor entertaining areas the custom designed pool table and wall art, wet bar, commercial refrigeration, LED lighting, built in speakers and HD television will be where the good times roll. Younger family members are not forgotten with a separate grassed play area complete with a Peppertown Skyfort.
Weekend guests will be delighted to stay in the beautifully decorated lower level suite complete with ensuite and a private entrance. This area could also be utilised as a home office.
A place of visual enjoyment, amazing natural beauty surrounds the entire house. The extensive lawns and gardens are easily maintained with an irrigation system and a bore shared between two other neighbours.
Some Additional features include 2 powder rooms one internal and one external to serve as a pool change room, ducted air conditioning, European appliances, custom designed cabinetry throughout, glass splashback, Cat 6 Data Cabling, two incoming telephone lines, security, timber shutters, Spotted Gum timber flooring, Velux skylights, sealed sandstone tiles, workshop, visitor parking, LED garden lighting and 10,000 ltr water tank.
Built by the current owners to celebrate the very best of our coastal lifestyle, this stunning residence is an outstanding tribute to modern acreage living. And while your home will be your sanctuary, premium golf course, cafes, restaurants, quality education facilities, major regional shopping centres, Brisbane's CBD and airport are a short drive away.
Must be Sold on or before Auction Day.
Current pool certificate available.
This property is being sold by auction or without a price and therefore a price guide cannot be provided. The website may have filtered the property into a price bracket for website functionality purposes only.
- Bedroom: 5
- Bathrooms: 3 (Ensuites: 2)
- Garaging: 3
- Carports: 1
- Land Size: 1.54 acres (approx)
- Outdoor Entertaining Area
- Outdoor Kitchen
- Air Conditioning
- Alarm System
- Built In Robes
- Floor Boards
Pool / Spa
- Inground Pool
- Rumpus Room
Date: 27 February 16
Time: 9:30am27-02-2016 09:30:00 27-02-2016 10:30:00 88 Auction On Site Auction On Site: 162 Sanctuary Drive, Mount Cotton, Queensland 4165 | View online here: https://brolga.com.au/30584 162 Sanctuary Drive, Mount Cotton, Queensland 4165 Alison Hewett false DD/MM/YYYY Add to calendar
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This listing last updated: 18th Apr 2016