Elevated six-bedroom trophy home in Shailer Park for sale

Staff reporterJune 4, 20200 min read

An elevated six-bedroom, five-bathroom luxury house in Shailer Park perched up high on a hill on Brisbane’s Southside is for sale through Ray White agents Phillip Harrigan and Marion Sheerman. 

The 118 Boxer Avenue property was built by high-end commercial builder, Christi Tufis of Pride Homes eight years ago with no expense spared. 

“The kids have all now grown up but it’s been a great family home, with lots of parties over the years. This is the best house to isolate in with its tennis court, home cinema and spa,” Mr Tufis said.

The home was built to a high standard with its signature 20mm pure white quartz tiles used throughout plus 3.6m high ceilings and double glazed windows.

The 5,284 sqm parcel of land offers three levels of living and incorporates two homes with the other two story house providing a good second rental income.

“There’s vast entertaining spaces including a covered alfresco with outdoor kitchen and beautiful balconies with breathtaking views. A choice of perfectly executed living zones, each with soaring high ceilings and glossy tiled flooring,” the pair said.

“Hidden and private, this bushland retreat is bordered by sub-tropical gardens, each property overlooking the spectacular resort-style swimming pool and full-sized north-south tennis court.

“An entertainer's dream, this home offers an expansive alfresco with outdoor kitchen and incredible balconies with breathtaking views.”

The owners are downsizing into an apartment in the city while considering their next project. The property has a lot of fruit trees - mangoes, apples, avocados, a coffee tree, bananas, oranges, mandarins and limes to name a few.

The house is close to the shops and good schools like John Paul College.

Secure and gated, this residence adjoins Kimberley Grove Park and Cornubia Forest Nature Refuge. At just 20km to the Brisbane CBD and 45mins to the Gold Coast, it’s a great location on top of the hill with a lot of wildlife such as parrots and Mr Tufis has even spotted a white kangaroo in the bush reserve.

Staff reporter

Ray White
Shailer Park
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