How would you like to live in one of Brisbane’s most striking mansions?
This utterly unique stone, concrete and glass construction is one of Mt Ommaney’s best-kept secrets.
The $6.3 million ‘Razor House’ on Becker Place offers 270-degree views across the Brisbane River and the mountains beyond, and with plenty of glass throughout no part of the landscape is obs cured.
rom the street this dwelling is deceptive. Built down the hill, what appears to be a trendy single floor home quickly opens out with a flair into luxury living at its best.
NGU Real Estate agent Emil Juresic says the house’s privacy is a major selling point.
“You can’t see your neighbours because of the situation, what’s in front of you is greenery and mother nature.”
Spread across a sprawling 2,858 sqm plot of land, extensive landscaping close to the building has created flat lawns that roll down to mature bushland and the river.
It’s all overlooked by the jutting angles and towering frame of Razor House – it’s not hard to see how this statement home got its name!
“It really is one of the best houses in Brisbane,” Emil says. “We’re expecting buyers from all over because it’s just an exceptional prestige property.”
The main floor boasts multiple decks and a colossal 70,000-litre infinity pool, while inside is a massive, open-plan rumpus room and sound-proofed cinema.
There’s plenty of room for the pool table next to the full-size lounge, and just a little further over, situated in its own space at the centre of a three-story void, is a custom-built Alpine stone bar.
That central void really allows the wood and glass spiral staircase to stand out as it winds its way around the stone lift track to the top of the building, tastefully highlighted by designer hand-made hanging lamps.
Whether it’s a movie night or poker night, the French-inspired cinema is the perfect room. The 10-seat three-tiered room is completely soundproofed and comes with its own cocktail cabinet and games table area, plush red curtains and chandelier lighting.
The second floor is for sharing. Three of the five bedrooms can be found on this floor, plus a beautifully modern kitchen outfitted in stone and steel, and casually cosy living areas.
Enjoy the scenery unobstructed by window glare – each of the five bedrooms has their own private terrace, with a shared deck attached to the kitchen!
That view will never change – the distant woods and farmland belong to the nearby University of Queensland with conditions it never be subdivided or built on, ensuring an untouched landscape to feast your eyes on.
Climbing the stairs to the final level unveils the master suite. Bedroom walls are panels of clear glass that fold out to give private access to the rooftop garden. Just picture the cool grass beneath your toes followed by a soak in the ensuite.
You’ll have access to the garage of your dreams from the top floor, thanks to the hillside construction. There’s room for 12 cars in this ostentatious property’s luxury parking – no need to park on the street!
It’s all just a short walk to public transport and nearby shopping centres, restaurants, and not one, but two, 18-hole golf courses. The river is in easy reach too, with a nearby local boat ramp for water sports and fishing.
“Location-wise, Becker Place is renowned as one of the best streets in Mount Ommaney,” Emil confides.
“But even here this property stands out. The quality and magnitude of the build and the fit-out, and its security and privacy speak for themselves.”
32 Becker Place, Mt Ommaney, Qld 4074
NGU Real Estate