/Luxe ‘Eagle’s Nest’ hits the market

Luxe ‘Eagle’s Nest’ hits the market

The luxe styling of 24 Hillside Crescent, Hamilton. Picture: Supplied/McGrath

A luxurious home perched high above the Brisbane River has hit the market with some of the most breathtaking views in the city.

The property’s unique positioning has seen it earn the nickname Eagle’s Nest by previous owners, with the home having been built in 1937 for a renowned timber merchant William Brett, according to CoreLogic.

The listing went live Tuesday via McGrath agents Drew Davies and Carter Lagana.

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“The current owners purchased the home in 2014 and have spent the last 2.5 years completing the extensive renovation,” Mr Davies told The Courier-Mail.

He said they were selling because they were “moving on to the next stage of their life”.

“They thoroughly enjoy the renovation process and I think you’d be very safe to assume another renovation is on the cards in the not-so-distant future.”

Mr Davies found the best features of the home to be the entry foyer and grand staircase which “set the tone and sense of grandeur that is found throughout the home”.

“Almost every room manages to perfectly frame panoramic views of the Brisbane river and city skyline. The way the home is positioned provides for one of the best views available anywhere in Brisbane.”

Ornate and unique detailing are part of the charm.

It was listed as having been “masterfully renovated and magnificent in its location, layout and level of finish”.

“This iconic home has undergone a total transformation to maximise panoramic views of the Brisbane river and city skyline. This is an extraordinary residence in one of Brisbane’s most renowned pockets.”

The home has the feel of a luxurious Italian villa, with it’s a lift imported from Italy that goes from basement to podium.

It’s like being in a sumptuous lodge.

There’s a saltwater infinity pool, two separate barbecue areas, an open plan living, dining, kitchen zone that opens onto alfresco dining space.

The kitchen has a Vintec cooler and a Zip tap filter and the home has Versace tiles, airconditioning, an intercom system and a fireplace with stunning views.

The parents’ retreat has a walk-in-robe, ensuite and a reading room with views — one of five opulent bedrooms in the home, according to McGrath.

Sheer opulence in the bathrooms.

The home also has an office with all up five bathrooms and one powder room on the property.

There’s also a double lockup garage, storage, a low maintenance yard and gardens across the 506sq m site.

The home oozes character and opulence and is for sale by private treaty.

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Attention to detail in a bathroom resplendent with gold sink and tap, ornate mirror and marble countertops.