Crowning the 21st floor of Brisbane’s luxe Emporium Hotel, the opulent penthouse has become the talk of the market thanks to its eye-popping views, rare amenities and staggering $30m price tag.
The 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom home at N2101/35 Tribune Street is one of the country’s largest penthouses, encompassing 891sqm of luxury, and is on sale for the first time since its completion five years ago.
It boasts a 15-metre infinity pool, six-car garage, 5000-plus bottle wine cellar and stunning north-east views of Brisbane CBD and river, Queen’s Wharf, South Bank parklands and beyond.
Though what makes the property truly unique is its access to the Emporium Hotel’s five-star services, which includes a 24-hour concierge, room-service, valet parking and housekeeping.
Phillip Rand, Project Director at YPM Group Teneriffe, described the home as an “incredibly rare” opportunity within the Brisbane property landscape.
“There’s genuinely nothing comparable that has the same level of service, amenity, and location as the Emporium Penthouse,” Mr Rand said.
“With land supply in A-grade locations becoming a real issue, to have a home of this size, calibre and frontage – not to mention its association with the hotel – I think it’s something that will be incredibly hard to replicate in the future,” he added.
The incredible home has been host to high-profile guests, A-list Hollywood celebrities, and is being sold by industry moguls Tony and Francine John, who built, own and operate the Emporium Hotel.
Meticulously crafted throughout, its architectural highlights include handcrafted American Oak double entry doors, multiple living zones, and floor-to-ceiling windows flowing to a massive sun-soaked terrace.
A custom chef’s kitchen comes with Calacatta Borghini polished marble island with waterfall edges, Gaggenau appliances, and Sub-Zero and Vintec wine fridges.
The north-east facing master suite boasts city skyline views, an oversized walk-in dressing room and deluxe ensuite adorned with polished Italian marble and free-standing bathtub.
The residence also enjoys three additional bedrooms, all with 100% pure wool carpet.
Exceptional additional features include an executive office, billiards room, six car lock-up garage and 5,000 bottle commercial-grade walk in wine storage.
Mr Rand remarked he has received significant interest both locally and internationally, fielding calls from potential buyers hailing from Singapore, Hong Kong and the US.
“We anticipate an aspirational buyer to purchase this home,” he said. “Somebody with a family who is looking for both a generational residence and also something that no one else can secure.”
“This property genuinely needs to be seen to be truly understood.”
Article source: Queensland Property Investor