Bespoke home with fish in the walls and vines in the bathtub sold for whopping price

first_imgEvery element of this kitchen is designed to love entertaining. And an adult-teenager play zone too.The pool is undercover and heated, the ceilings vaulted, the cabinetry custom-made, with the home kitted out with top of the range electronics including a Sonos sound system and speakers in every room, a soundproof media room with 140 inch screen and 3D projector, and climate controlled wine cellar. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoA mix of timber, electronics and good design. The lift will come in handy.The four bedroom, three bathroom, double car garage home is close to Rosalie Village and just 3km from the Brisbane CBD.Every level of the home is astounding in its attention to detail but by far the standout has got to be its master suite with the luxurious stand-alone black bath sitting elevated and surround by greenery and retractable windows. The fish tank was built into the wall. There’s a safe kids’ play zone. The pool on the bottom level with a gym. The dreamiest bathtub in Brisbane, surely.A BESPOKE inner-city home with a fishtank in the wall and vines hanging over the bathtub has sold for a whopping $2m.The sale price of 33 Elizabeth Street, Paddington, was confirmed online yesterday by agent Ben Wakely of Urban Property Agents Paddington.“It’s not often you have a home with a cinema, lift, gym, indoor pool, wine cellar! All in one home,” he posted on Instagram, adding the buyers had landed “one of the best bespoke homes I have sold”. There’s also an outdoor barbecue zone too.The personal touches go above and beyond many other homes with recycled West Australian Karri timber, Whistler basalt stone imported from Canada and camphor laurel timber shelving in the cellar and office. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOKlast_img