The homeowners of a single of Brisbane’s most extravagant riverside houses, which has been dubbed The Wonderful Gatsby Mansion, are trying to find one million for the estate.
The inquiring cost was unveiled right after it was detailed with a new authentic estate agent, Emil Juresic of NGU True Estate Toowong.
Beforehand, the iconic 3923sq m estate, which was built on the site of General Douglas MacArthur’s home during the Pacific campaign, was place out to tender, with that closing in December.
The Victorian-model mansion is a single of the city’s landmark houses and is owned by medical professionals Chris and Tania Bradshaw.
It was, in spite of its character characteristics, developed just 23 yrs back, and has 7 bedrooms, two reports, 4 bogs, space for 5 autos, a pool and a 5 storey-large turret and dome which opens up for stargazing.
The estate also has 60m of river frontage, with the chance to buy one more 30m of riverfront land at present owned by the Point out Authorities.
Other characteristics incorporate a pontoon to accommodate a vessel in surplus of 60m, chairlift obtain from the decreased degree to floor degree, provision for a 2000-bottle wine cellar, 4 independent decks, a few fireplaces, an digital boat elevate, a boathouse, two workshops and a health club/person cave.
There is also two independent completely self-contained visitor quarters.
Mr Juresic, who detailed the mansion final evening, claimed there was almost nothing like it on the industry in Brisbane.
“It is on the river, near to the metropolis and on a block of land that is just underneath 4000 sqm,” he claimed.
“The property is large and complete of character. When I initial walked in to it the initial point that arrived to intellect was the Wonderful Gatsby Mansion.”
Mr Juresic claimed that although there were being homes on the industry in the similar cost array, even in Brisbane, most were being contemporary-model builds.
He claimed homes like 50 Dauphin Terrace in Sydney could go for “30,40, million”.
“It only went up final evening and we have previously locked in some non-public inspections,” Mr Juresic claimed.
“I am assured it will be offered. This is a trophy property.”