Grange record breaker in the making listed

Grange record breaker in the making listed
Grange record breaker in the making listed

A five bedroom brand new contemporary Hampton-style home is set to smash a suburb record in Grange, in Brisbane’s inner north, when it goes to auction next month.

The home was built by a local builder.

Ray White WILSTON principal Alistair Macmillan said 31 Agincourt Street is possibly Grange's most liveable home.

“The owners inspiration for this quality constructed home, was a functional layout, coupled with luxuriously appointed fixtures and fittings, making it the ideal family home in an unbeatable parkland location,” Mr Macmillan said.

Grange record breaker in the making listed

“This space really needs to be seen to be appreciated. It’s soaring 3.4m high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a direct view to the pool and level rear yard, this space is unlike anything you will see in other homes.”

The highest price for a house on a 607 sqm block in Grange is $1.775 million which was sold last August at 37 Howard St, Grange.

Grange record breaker in the making listed

Owners Murray and Susie Tanner of Plumb Constructions specialise in "high end building projects and renovations."

"The brief was to create an exceptional family home, with high quality finishes and a floorplan which flows well for ease of living and entertaining,”  said Mr Tanner, a qualified builder.

“Central to this is a downstairs kitchen and main living zone, with good connection to the outdoors, an integrated pool area, and a flat backyard for kids to run around in, all within the view of relaxing adults.

“The home is designed to be low maintenance, and was modelled on what our own family would seek-  including high ceilings of 3.4m in the main living zone, multiple living zones, generous spaces, notable storage and quality fixtures and fittings."

The auction is set for April 13.

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