Riverfront Catalina, Teneriffe house, Catalina, sold for $4.8 million

Riverfront Catalina, Teneriffe house, Catalina, sold for $4.8 million
Riverfront Catalina, Teneriffe house, Catalina, sold for $4.8 million

A four bedroom riverfront Teneriffe house sold for $4.8 million at weekend auction making it Brisbane’s most expensive weekend result.

Located at 77 Macquarie Street, it ranks among Brisbane’s most exclusive real estate.

Built in 2001, it last sold for $3.785 million in 2014 featuring three levels of riverfront living with views.

The master suite has a walk-in robe as well as ensuite along three other bedrooms.

There is also a study and multiple living areas.

The property has 365 sqm of riverfront allotment with 488 sqm of living space.

There are also TV room/library and outdoor area.

Other features includes three car lock up garage, garden and wine storage.

The property was offered through Ray White agents Matt Lancashire and Brandon Wortley for the real estate developer and horse enthusiast Jon Haseler.

Haseler, who owns leading stud Glenlogan and is the managing director of QM Properties, paid $3,785,000 for the home on the Macquarie Street riverfront in 2014.

The 490 sqm freehold residence with cutting edge design is one of 23 in The Catalina development.

The home comes with games room.  

Riverfront Catalina, Teneriffe house, Catalina, sold for .8 million

 

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