Brisbane’s former top leading day-spa is set to go under the hammer.
The California modernist inspired property, designed by the critically acclaimed Shaun Lockyer, is without a doubt a timeless classic.
The designer drew his inspiration from the original Robyn Gibson 1950’s timber and stone cottage which once stood on the land.
This is the product of measured and thoughtful design, reflected in the fact that this took ten months to design and 24 months to construct.
Spanning almost 50 metres in a long, linear, plane the home blends the natural world into the design.
Bluestone, tallowwood, slate, travertine and zinc creates timeless appeal throughout the five-bedroom, four-bathroom property.
There is a strong 70’s architectural language here, most notably in the long linear walls throughout.
It features a cleverly conceived series of living areas and pavilions.
Including a guest house, a pool house and contemporary pergola to service the 20m MagnaPool and generous outdoor heated spa, together with an impressive floodlit championship-size tennis court adjoining the main living area.
Number One Wybelenna, Brookfield, welcomes the open-indoor lifestyle many are chasing.
The space feels completely seamless without the outside, with a lovely balance of transparency and privacy throughout.
Sustainable development was definitely at the forefront of the agenda.
Underlined in the turf roofs, 140,000L rainwater storage, 21kW of solar power capacity, and recycled materials (stone and timber) used in the build.
Unless sold prior, this dream property will go to auction on Saturday, December 5, 2020.
1 Wybelenna Street, Brookfield, Qld 4069