This is one I could easily go for — if someone hadn’t beaten me to it already, and if I had the cash.LUBA Malecky and her family have lived at this stunning riverside property for the past five years and she says her favourite feature of the home is definitely the views, looking to dual reaches of the Brisbane River. The walkway to The University of Queensland in the distance.“I absolutely love taking in the outlooks from the rear patio and our bedroom, especially at night when the sun is setting,” Mrs Malecky said.“It’s beautiful and so peaceful, sitting there with your feet up, glass in hand, watching the changing colours of the sunset across the water.” More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoHow to melt away the stresses of the week.The home has gone under contract after staying on the market in the $3.4-3.8m price range.Vacant land and a big old fig tree to the left of the property also give the residence plenty of privacy — another bonus for potential buyers now that the Malecky’s are downsizing and the house at 91 Brisbane Corso, Fairfield is on the market.“Not only are our views across the river so expansive because we aren’t blocked in, but we can’t see into other people’s homes and they can’t see into ours,” Mrs Malecky said.The house has a concrete construction and is set over two spacious levels on an 820sq m block. Great spot for the teenagers in your life.Entry is via an atrium, with high vaulted glass windows, a flowing floorplan and neutral colour schemes giving the residence a resort-style ambience. It has five bedrooms, a study, media room and open-plan living spaces that extend to a patio and deck and beyond to a private pontoon, jetty and slipway.All of the bedrooms have ensuites, which Mrs Malecky described as fabulous for families with older children and a feature her two daughters loved, with four of the bedrooms also including walk-in wardrobes.“The main bedroom is to die for,” she said. “It faces the river and has a balcony to take advantage of the views, and it also includes a lounge area with enough space for a small fridge and coffee machine. Beautiful views from the master bedroom.“It’s a perfect adult’s retreat — I love escaping up there to read a book.”The main bedroom’s ensuite is another relaxing sanctuary to be, with its luxury spa bath, twin vanities and dual showers.Other features of the residence include a modern kitchen with European appliances, a large laundry, triple garage and ducted airconditioning.
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