Looking for the most expensive homes to be sold in Brisbane?

Brisbane is having a lot of dollars spent in its property market. People not wanting to live in the ‘Big Two’ but still want to enjoy city life reap the benefits of living in Queensland, and some enjoying life a bit more than others! Here are some of the more pricey properties that have been sold in Brisbane.

18 Penson Street, Stretton for $4,800,00
With its custom made copper front door, hand painted pictures on its ceiling and its championship size tennis court. the property is truly a sight to be believed. Indoor saltwater swimming pool, check. Butler room, check. very easy to understand the price tag attached.

108/90 Wynnum Road - Sold for $3,300,000
Having 180 degree views of the Brisbane skyline, it's easy to understand how this property goes for such a high amount. This property is prime riverfront real estate and stunning from top to bottom.

Norman Park selling for $4,984,000
Costing $2160 per square meter, the property is truly stunning. comes with a summerhouse on the riverbank as well.

52 Paragon Street. was selling for $8.000,000
If you ever had the dream of owning your own tennis court that backs onto the river banks (I know I have) then this place ticks that box.

27 Robertson Place, Fig Tree Pocket. Marketed for $3,700,000
This property, as of June last year. Has yet to be lived in. Sitting on Brisbane river front, this large property is just ready to be lived in.

Bulimba Property Listed at $2,750,000
A beautiful family home positioned ideally close to nearly two hectares of park land. Any property that has an “outdoor entertainment zone” has got to be impressive. Also with incredible views of the Brisbane Skyline plus it has 60 meters of river frontage. Money well spent.
Question asked via Homely.com.au The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of Ray White.
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