Brisbane’s most expensive house has sold for more than $18 million

first_imgLeopard St, Kangaroo Point Leopard St, Kangaroo PointThe home has formal and informal entertaining areas with the outside area including a Teppanyaki grill and wood fire pizza. There is an infinity lap pool and spa which runs the length of the cliff edge. Leopard St, Kangaroo PointThere are no details of the buyer yet.Updated property records reveal the house has sold for $18.48 million through Ray White New Farm principal Matt Lancashire but he refused to comment on the deal.Mr Lancashire did say Brisbane’s prestige property market was on fire, and he had sold $61 million worth of homes over $5 million in the past three months. “Towards the end of 2016 we saw a definitely positive shift in the high end luxury market, with a record number of $5 million plus homes transacting,” he said. Leopard St, Kangaroo Point.While a home office is serviced by its own kitchenette, and a second office space with its own barbecue and outdoor dining area.There is also a soundproof cinema room which has surround sound and a big screen projector.The site itself had quite a history of ownership before the luxurious home was built. The magnificent cliff top home at Kangaroo Point which has broken the Brisbane house price record.BRISBANE’S most expensive house sale ever has been finalised in a deal worth $18.48 million.The luxurious clifftop mansion at Leopard St, Kangaroo Point smashed the previous sale record of $14 million which was set when Australia’s richest person Gina Rinehart bought a home at Aaron Ave, Hawthorne in 2014.The latest record holder is a luxurious home on the cliff top.Property records reveal it was owned by Angelo Russo and his wife Sandra. Mrs Russo declined to comment. The strength of the luxury market has lead to a renewed push to sell10 Morgan St, Ascot.With so much activity Mr Lancashire is making a renewed push to sell another trophy home at 10 Morgan St, Ascot, which he said had been meticulously built.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoHe said the four-storey home came with every conceivable luxury imaginable.Mr Lanashire said that house has views of the river, CBD and mountains.The five-bedroom home at Leopard St, Kangaroo Point is built over three levels and has an internal lift, gym, steam room and climate-controlled wine cellar.It is on a massive 1184sq m block of land which has one of the best views of the Brisbane skyline. Leopard St, Kangaroo PointThe impressive home was designed by Greg Harris. It has 1445sq m of living space and Saint Lorraine marble flooring imported from Greece in the living and entertaining areas. Three of the bedrooms are on the third floor and each has its own ensuite. Leopard St, Kangaroo PointFormer internet porn king Greg Lasrado paid $2.8 million for the vacant land in 1999.Property investor Peter Harburg, also owned the site before it was sold to developer Anthony Barakat in 2007. Leopard St, Kangaroo Pointlast_img