Modern home perched high on Teneriffe Hill

Perched high on Teneriffe Hill and within walking distance to Teneriffe Park and James Street markets 30a Gibbon Street presents itself as the concrete essence of what life in New Farm, Queensland, Australia is all about. Designed by Architect Larry Weston, this Avant-Garde masterpiece exudes modernism. The home has been constructed with poured concrete to conform to the surroundings of the generous 5,317 square feet (494 square meters) block which is so privately set back off the street.

Upon entry you will notice that the innovation does not stop the use of modernist design elements and clean lines are integrated to adapt aesthetically with the outdoor spaces that contain well manicured gardens and in ground pool. In many ways this home is a return to the lost ideals that family’s so often yearn for, yet cannot find, simplicity, connectivity, openness and structural minimalism.

The open floor plan contains an intelligent use of raised and sunken levels that offer great separation and flexibility within the internal living spaces. The home features four bedrooms with the 4th being used as an oversized office and 2.5 bathrooms and huge 2 car garage. Upstairs increases the occupant’s living standard with a lavish chef’s kitchen that is surrounded by cleverly designed storage options. There is an expansive use of windows and open air areas found throughout the home and give clear views of the city from the master suite and the deck totally unobstructed by structural elements. This incredible home is for sale here.

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2 years ago

this looks like a garage.yuck!