Newly developed sustainable home La Fleur in Auchenflower sold

Newly developed sustainable home La Fleur in Auchenflower sold
Newly developed sustainable home La Fleur in Auchenflower sold

A recently developed home, known as La Fleur, in the Brisbane suburb of Auchenflower has been sold.

The 84 Agnes Street site was previously home to a 1920s Queenslander.

The property was developed by Solaire Properties, an 18-month old company formed by Harley Weston, James McElhenny and Paul McElhenny.

Newly developed sustainable home La Fleur in Auchenflower sold

The five bedroom La Fleur is the third property developed by Solaire, with another, Vanquish, to be constructed on the adjoining property.

Solaire worked with award-winning architectural firm Joe Adsett Architects on the project.

The company said that they focus on incorporating leading edge technology, such as Control4 home automation system, energy efficient home technology, solar and battery storage with real time energy use and a freshwater swimming pool, into its design for La Fleur.

The construction involved environmentally-friendly materials such as Chain of Custody certified timbers, insulation manufactured from recycled glass, GreenTag Certified Italian porcelain tiles and energy efficient lighting.

Newly developed sustainable home La Fleur in Auchenflower sold

Purchasers Samantha and Eduardo Maradiegue said they were delighted with the sustainable and smart home design principles.

“It’s refreshing to know that there are developers out there like Harley, James and Paul, we are blown away by their passion for introducing such innovative ideas of eco-conscious homes to the building trade,” they said.

“We are still blown away by the incredible finishes in the house and knowing that it didn’t cost the earth made it an even more satisfying purchase.”

Solaire claim the sale price topped the existing street sale record by $1 million.

Richard Walsh at The Walsh Team Milton marketed the home.

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