Not a bad deal sweetener.

Australia's property market is going through a rough patch with realtors struggling to attract buyers. Perhaps as a remedy to this, NGU Real Estate and its clients have decided to offer a few special inclusions with the sale of the newly-built Belvedere luxury mansion in Brisbane.

If you can somehow muster up the $8.8 million for this unique home in Brisbane's affluent suburb of Ascot, not only will you have the house of your dreams, but included in the price is a Lamborghini Huracan (worth $450,000) and a complimentary 150L barrel of Barossa Shiraz and a 150L barrel of Mclarenvale Montepulciano. Not a bad little bonus.

While these extras are sure to boost the interest in the Zephur Industries-built and designed house dubbed Belvedere, the property sells itself when you discover what's inside the four story digs.

The Belvedere is built on a massive 1047sqm block and consists of five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a handy seven car spaces, a rooftop terrace and multiple living and dining areas. There's also a home theatre, gym, sauna, office and two pools. The house even has its own lift so you can access the other floors without using the stairs.

Wine lovers will be thrilled with the 2000-bottle temperature controlled wine cellar that includes a tasting room, while the upscale kitchen is equipped with top of the range Gaggenau appliances and includes a butler’s pantry with a walk-in cold-room included. 

If that's not enough to get you excited, the home sits on the northern slope of Bartley's Hill, offering exquisite views of Mt Cootha, Glasshouse Mountains and Moreton Island.

For more information on this stunning property visit realestate.com.au.

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