Hampton-inspired Hendra house sold for $2.425 million

Hampton-inspired Hendra house sold for $2.425 million
Hampton-inspired Hendra house sold for $2.425 million

A Hampton-inspired Hendra house has been sold for $2.425 million making it Brisbane’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 114 Mein Street, the 503 sqm corner property was designed by Benjamin Henning of Mercury Design.

The property was last sold in 2014 for $710,000.

It previously sold in 2005 for $410,000 and in 1990 for $136,000.

The formal living area has a 800 bottle wine cellar that captures the attention.

Upstairs is the living and outdoor area with heated pool and built-in BBQ along with a kitchen featuring European appliances including ILLVE 1200mm oven, butler’s pantry, steam oven, coffee machine and dual dishwashers.

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There are five bedrooms along with two master suites.

The lower level master suite has its own walk-in robe and ensuite while the upper master suite is spacious and has a custom-built walk-through robe, designer ensuite and views.

The property was offered through Ray White agent Leigh Kortlang.

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