Love to cook? There’s two sinks, two ovens, two dishwashers here

first_imgRelax and unwind at 25 Merinda St, Greenslopes.Mr Behrendt said the kitchen was a cook’s dream with a central island bench with waterfall stone benchtops, butler’s pantry, two dishwashers, two ovens, and two sinks. Local and interstate buyers have expressed keen interest in the property.“Contemporary homes in Greenslopes are slowly evolving as they have in neighbouring suburbs of Coorparoo, Holland Park and Camp Hill,” he said.“The streetscape in changing in Greenslopes as grand new houses emerge.” Imagine coming home to this piece of art every day. Inside 25 Merinda St, Greenslopes. The kitchen area at 25 Merinda St, Greenslopes is massive and has two ovens and two sinks.Set in one of Greenslopes’ premier streets, this new home is only moments to Coorparoo Square and 5km to the CBD.Mr Behrendt said the main drawcard was the space created towards the rear of the property which encapsuled the grand living area with the 6m void, bi-fold doors that opened onto a covered entertaining area with lush landscaped gardens and a swimming pool. “The combination of bold black steel with warm spotted gum timber and stainless steel is a striking combination or warmth and modern edge design,” he said.“Five bedrooms with four bathrooms provide ample room for a family with the fifth bedroom positioned downstairs – perfect for a home business or teenage retreat.”center_img 25 Merinda St, Greenslopes is a stunning new three-storey build.A luxury new home at Greenslopes has hit the market with plenty of internal space for a family to enjoy.The five-bedroom, four-bathroom property at 25 Merinda St is on a 405sq m block.McGrath Bulimba-Balmoral selling agent Gunther Behrendt said the property was bought in 2016 and the existing house demolished to create this contemporary three-level home.“This is a home you would expect in Bulimba with is modern sleek design, bold architecture and grand open-plan living using space to create a sense of harmony with the building,” Mr Behrendt said. He said there was a 6m void, living room wrapped in black steel and spotted gum timber to make a grand statement.The home features glass sliding windows to the front in both the second living room and main bedroom. “This instant opening creates excellent ventilation and connection with the outside outlook. Mirrored window treatment ensures privacy,” Mr Behrendt said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agolast_img read more