Lisa Psaras, RE/MAX Regency, is marketing 175 Blantyre Rd, Blantyre, a category five-rated, commercial designed hotel-style grand residence of 1,022m2, plus caretaker or guest studio and industrial-grade four bay lock up garage, on 18.73ha in the Scenic Rim, Queensland.
The property is approximately a 50 minute-drive to Brisbane CBD and 90 minutes to the Gold Coast, and more locally, within a short drive from Ipswich, Boonah and Beaudesert.
The owners, Ken and Barbara Curtis, led the construction project from start to finish.
Ms Psaras said, “Ken’s incredible portfolio of landmark projects includes Hayman Island, Daydream Island, Burleigh Heads swimming pool and restaurant, Hinze Dam spillway, Darwin power station and Water Board buildings, Gladstone aluminum smelter, the four bridges connecting Jabiru to Pine Creek and through to Kakadu National Park, plus an extensive list of multiple three-storey walk-ups and high-rise residential and mixed-use buildings, commercial scale sheds, cinemas, warehouses, medical centers and large residential properties.”
“His wife Barbara has a passion for interior finishes and creating environments that showcase their appreciation of their surrounds; and in this case, she borrows touches from favourite European destinations, to deliver a five-star product in a unique, modern yet timeless structure sits perfectly in the Scenic Rim surrounds.”
With the property’s features almost overwhelming, Ms Psaras recommends people look at the e-book she’s created, which features full property details along with two videos including ‘The Making of 175 Blantyre’. Here’s the link: e-BOOK 175 Blantyre Rd
‘This truly is a masterpiece of grand design and proportions, which I am very proud to market,” said Ms Psaras, who can be contacted on +61 477 979 794.
To view more images of this stunning property, CLICK HERE.
Lyn Cox, Public Relations – M. 0418 793 096
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