Bank of America general counsel buys Lani Mauna in Brookfield

Bank of America general counsel buys Lani Mauna in Brookfield
Bank of America general counsel buys Lani Mauna in Brookfield

John Wacker, the Hong Kong-based lawyer, has bought in Brisbane's west.

He's recently settled on a $4.1 million acreage in Brookfield.

The hilltop home, known as Lani Mauna, Hawaiian for “mountain reaching heaven”, had been on the market for over a year.

It was designed by architect Tim Ditchfield with strong references to modern tropical architecture after the one hectare block traded for $1.5 million in 2011.

Built with a no expense spared budget, Lani Mauna has five bedrooms, a library, home office, gym, temperature controlled wine cellar and a 22 metre infinity edged solar heated pool.

Johnston Dixon agent Josephine Johnstone-Rowell sold the home.

Wacker, who has been at Bank of American since 2005, owns a $3.28 million Noosa home.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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