THE owner of a Brisbane acreage property is hoping some star power might lure a buyer looking for a city sanctuary.
Moora Moora House at 25 Bunratty St, The Gap, boasts a ceiling mural of cherubs painted by one of Australia’s leading artists, Michael Zavros.
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The impressive artwork was completed in 1997 — before Zavros became famous.
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom house is set on 2.15ha surrounded by bush and mountains, while still managing to capture views of the city.
Owner, Brisbane interior designer Andrew Pranoto, had the home built 20 years ago, with the view to creating a cross between an island resort, a suburban home, and a sprawling country retreat, with inspiration taken from the Sheraton Mirage in Port Douglas.
Place Kangaroo Point’s Rebecca Russell and Michael Bacon are marketing the property via a four-week expression of interest campaign.
Inside, hardwood and marble tiled floors complement full-height glass, lofty ceilings, and designer lighting.
The open-plan living and dining area features a romantic fireplace and a winding timber staircase.
The outdoor entertainment includes a shaded alfresco space, a waterfall feature, a fishpond, a gazebo, and a glass-framed in-ground swimming pool.
A separate, dual-level guest house features a kitchenette, a full bathroom, a balcony, and a deck.
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