Brisbane restaurateurs list New Farm home

Brisbane restaurateurs list New Farm home
Brisbane restaurateurs list New Farm home

The modernised New Farm home of Cordell and Justine Khoury, the owners of Brisbane's popular Italian restaurant Beccofino and Julius Pizzeria, has been listed for sale.

After paying $895,000 in 2013, the couple commissioned Chris Brumby of Big House Little House to transform the 1940s Queenslander into a contemporary family home.

Maintaining its classical features but with a completely new facade, the two level home now has four bedrooms and a rooftop terrace.

The outdoor entertaining area with wood-fired pizza oven overlooks the swimming pool.

Ray White New Farm agents Matt Lancashire and Tom Lyne have an August 18 auction.

Cordell, a professional chef, opened Beccofino in Teneriffe in 2004, with Julius Pizzeria in South Brisbane opening four years ago beneath Aria’s new Austin development.

Earlier this year Justine opened a new vegan cafe Dicki's in New Farm with her two siblings, naming it after their late father.

They converted a 1950s garage to create the space.

It is set to go under the hammer on 18 August. 

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian.

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