A STATEMENT Hamilton home complete with custom indoor skate ramp and a basement garage designed to house a prestige car collection is up for sale.
The slick four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is one of Zephyr Industries’ latest luxury residential builds and marketed by Place – Ascot agents, Drew Davies and Carter Lagana, via an expressions of interest campaign.
Named ‘Soror’, the home at 10 Ludlow St is set over three levels on a 405sq m lot with a desirable north-south aspect capturing Brisbane river and city views.
It is one of a pair of contrasting, yet equally striking, newly completed homes, built side-by-side in the blue-chip inner-city enclave.
While Soror’s bold design and elegant dark aesthetic demands attention, the neighbouring house, named ‘Isle’, showcases a light, coastal-inspired look.
Isle sold prior to completion in December 2021 for circa $7m.
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Designed by The Artificial, Soror’s features include a pool positioned for uninterrupted views, a temperature-controlled wine cellar with display racks for 800 bottles, and a generous garage with infrastructure to add car stackers to accommodate up to ten cars or more.
Part of the basement has been converted to a mezzanine skate park, featuring timber panelling with a custom 3 foot half pipe designed by Sunshine Coast-based Ashley Wild Ramps.
The ramp measures 2.8m in width, with an adjacent roll track completing the fun set-up.
Zephyr Industries director Brayden Larkin said Soror’s efficient floorplan comprised four large ensuited bedrooms positioned close to the home’s living and entertaining zones.
“My aim with Soror was to create Brisbane’s most liveable home,” Mr Larkin said.
“Of all our projects, this is probably the one I would would most want to keep for myself.
“It is an extremely low-maintenance property with a lift servicing all levels, and would suit downsizers as well as a family, couple or executive searching for a lock-and-leave property in a sought-after Brisbane location,” he said.
The kitchen and main living area leads onto a large al fresco entertaining space with built-in barbecue, drinks fridge and integrated speakers, while there’s also a flat astro-turfed yard.
A home office could serve as a fifth bedroom, and the property is smart-wired throughout with high-tech security, speakers, TVs, air-conditioning and blinds which can all be controlled remotely.
Offers of sale close January 25.