A multi-level house in Brisbane is on the market with its very personal ballroom and head-turning 70s-style wallpaper and carpets.
Constructed and owned by a Greek household, the six-bedroom, five-bathroom house has a nine-car storage and is priced to promote for round $4M.
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The unique house owners of the 1206 sqm property at 70 Grassdale Street, Belmont are eager to downsize.
Described as a “time capsule” by promoting agent Tyson Clarke of Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, the house was one of many first huge properties constructed within the space within the 70s.
“The inside is just about because it was after they constructed it. It was excessive finish and really superior for its day,” Mr Clarke stated.
“I’ve by no means seen a home earlier than with a ballroom inside”.
With a value information of about $4 million, Mr Clarke stated curiosity from locals and interstate patrons had been excessive for the reason that itemizing went stay on Monday.
“Folks like this sort of high quality constructed house, it’s concrete and brick. It’s prepared for the following household to return in and add their very own touches and make it their very own,” he stated.
Mr Clarke stated the house owners had hosted many household gatherings on the house together with their youngsters’s weddings and receptions.
“The house was constructed for entertaining on a big scale and for an enormous household to stay in,” he stated.
Set on 4.7 acres and tucked behind ornate iron gates, the ballroom on the second ground is trimmed with a standard terrace.
The primary ground includes a video games/entertaining lounge with a moist bar, whereas a household room and mixed residing and eating zones are tucked away close to the kitchen.
Different options embrace a sizeable basement workshop and storage space, a tennis courtroom and in-ground pool.
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