Park six cars and take the lift to the rooftop of your quarter acre house

first_img5 Westwood Street, Wavell Heights offers almost 1300sq m of living spaceTalk about a home on a grand scale … and in suburban Brisbane to boot.The house at 5 Westwood St, Wavell Heightsnailed the brief when it came to ambitious construction.There are seven-bedrooms and eight-bathrooms over four levels and 911sq m of internal living area.That’s right, internal living area — not land area. And you could add another 372sq m of external living space to that count.And it’s all accessible via your glass-walled lift.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoGet to the billiard room via your glass-walled elevatorListing details from Sotherby’s International selling agent, Joseph Lordi, painted an imposing picture.“The adjoining foyer features massive panelled timber entry doors and a contemporary chandelier over the stair void, with polished marble tiles underfoot,” he said. The grand entry was bigger than most studio apartments.“Also on this level is a large games room, a storeroom, gymnasium and executive study, plus extra guest accommodation and a wine cellar.”For outdoor lovers, the owners installed concertina glass doors opening on to the swimming pool terrace and entertaining area.The property has been on an elevated 1200sq m allotment with city views that could’ve formed the backdrop for a Tourism Queensland advertising campaign.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclairlast_img read more