1960s Donald Spencer designed trophy home at The Gap sold

1960s Donald Spencer designed trophy home at The Gap sold
1960s Donald Spencer designed trophy home at The Gap sold

A 1960s home designed and built by renowned Architect Donald Spencer at The Gap, Queensland has been sold for $875,000.

It was listed by James Monaghan from Ray White The Gap. 

Named by the owners Be-nun-I-kin, which means in Navajo 'House on The Hill', the level style house at 50 Bromar Street is inspired by American architecture.

Situated on an 814 square metre elevated parcel, it comprises master suite with private patio, second bedroom plus home office, light filled open plan living space, and kitchen with Miele appliances.

 1960s Donald Spencer designed trophy home at The Gap sold

The low maintenance Japanese inspired gardens include winding paths and water features.

Additional features include floor to ceiling glass sliding doors, solid timber joinery, double carport, brick walls and storage shed. 

 1960s Donald Spencer designed trophy home at The Gap sold

The homes position captures views of Mount Coot-Tha through to the Brisbane CBD.

It is located within walking distance to public transport, schools and The Gap Shopping Village.

Tags: 
The Gap

Community Discussion

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?