Located at 132 Windemere road in one of Brisbane‘s most coveted suburbs is where you’ll find a “grand and historic” property which brings a certain pedigree as well as modern functionality to the proverbial table. Often referred to as Lynford, this tasteful Tudor-style home was initially completed in 1928 and as you’ll discover below, has aged very gracefully in the ensuing century since.
Designed by E. P Trewern and more recently revitalised by Richard Groves, Lynford has been described as a “true architectural masterpiece” which epitomises “sophistication on a grand scale”. What must be praised first and foremost is everything the estate showcases outdoors: full-size and perfectly manicured tennis court, breathtaking pool filled with crystalline waters, paired with the perfect alfresco entertaining space – one could conceivably spend all their time at Lynford without stepping a single foot inside.
Thankfully, the interior is of a similar calibre to the tennis court, pool, and entertaining space. Offering a lavish master suite with 4 additional bedrooms – as well as a bonus “multi-purpose room” which you could very well slide another bed into – glass-framed office, stunning gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, completed with a rooftop terrace overlooking your personal kingdom, any complaints regarding the design here will probably come far and few.
Other amenities include the following:
- Game/rumpus room
- Subterranean 4-car garage
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