/House with seven loos is good to go to auction

House with seven loos is good to go to auction

This house at 19 Boolama St, Mudgeeraba, goes to auction tomorrow.

THERE’S a loo for every day of the week in this Gold Coast lakefront house that goes to auction tomorrow ahead of the Easter break.

Ancient Romans would marvel at this five-bedroom house at 19 Boolama Place, Mudgeeraba, that spreads across 742sq m of single-level floor space as it is a study in modern plumbing.

Five ensuites are attached to four bedrooms because the master bedroom has two, one with external access.

One of the master bedroom ensuites with a sliding door to outside.

Seven toilets service the residence, and there is a walk-in pantry and butler’s pantry, which service both the indoor and outdoor kitchens.

The indoor and outdoor kitchens at 19 Boolama Place.

All work and no play is not the Roman way so we’re also giving a shout out to the gymnasium, 8-seater cinema, sauna, and resort pool on the 7402sq m property.

The home cinema.

Katrina Walsh of Harcourts Coastal Broadbeach is taking 19 Boolama Place, Mudgeeraba to auction tomorrow at 11am with the auction being held at 16 Queensland Ave, Broadbeach.

BRISBANE

105 Browne St, New Farm

The view from the front of 105 Browne St, New Farm.

A home that embraces vertical integration as much as the early Roman Empire, this four level house at 105 Browne St, New Farm still looks like a 1930s workers cottage from the front but has been extended behind to include a rooftop terrace and three levels of living space.

And from the back.

Called ‘White Lace’ in reference to architectural features throughout the house, there is a temperature controlled wine storage room, a study, walk-in pantry and large inground pool.

Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm is taking the house to auction tomorrow at 5.30pm.

SUNSHINE COAST

49 Witta Circle, Noosa Heads

The house at 49 Witta Circle, Noosa Heads.

A French connection is strong in this two level riverfront home at 49 Witta Circle, Noosa Heads with its own private jetty.

The influence can be found in the French provincial kitchen, external arches, mosaic tiled entrance, wine cellar and stone-faced wood-burning fireplace.

Classic arches and french doors.

It is no wonder Ancient Rome was so taken with France back in the first Century.

This four bedroom house on 616sq m, has two master suites, an expansive void above the lounge room, an inground pool, and outdoor barbecue area.

Eric Seetoo of Tom Offermann Real Estate Noosa Heads, is taking the property to auction on Thursday at 1pm.

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