Off the plan luxury home sales popular with wealthy Brisbane buyers

Around $8 million has been paid for a yet to be constructed Hamilton Hill home

Off the plan luxury home sales popular with wealthy Brisbane buyers
Larc will be a six bedroom, six bathroom home with five car parking, plus its own gym, pool and cellar.

Around $8 million has been paid for a yet to be constructed Hamilton Hill home.

The home will be built by GRAYA on a 470 sqm block that cost $1.94 million earlier this year.

The 7 Prospect Terrace holding had been held for four decades by the prior owners.

Larc will be a six bedroom, six bathroom home with five car parking, plus its own gym, pool and cellar.

The design is by Joe Adsett Architects.

Matt Lanchashire at Ray White had the off the plan listing in conjunction with Josh & Ruby Property's Josh Brown and Ruby Kiriyama-Brown.

Larc is located next door to Noir (below) that recently sold for just over $9.4 million to an expat as it was finished being built.

Noir was delivered by Zephyr Industries, spanning five storeys with 1,050 sqm of living space.

Off the plan luxury home sales popular with wealthy Brisbane buyers

The five bedroom, eight bathroom manse holds river and city views from every level.

Situated at 9 Prospect Terrace, Hamilton Hill, Ray White agent Matt Lancashire held the listing which was designed by The Artificial and built by Braydon Larkin.

The property is described in the marketing material as "rivalling prestige homes in the international market," from the eight-car basement to a private master level.

The brand new Hamilton Hill residence features, swimming pool, spa, gym, sauna, office & cinema, a recreation level with bar, kitchenette & BBQ, four external balconies and top of the line security measures including facial and fingerprint scanning.

Graya have another two iconic projects in the early stages on Hamilton Hill.

Graya managing director Rob Gray told The Courier Mail that buying a house off-the-plan and being able to customise the design was becoming increasingly popular among wealthy buyers.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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