Local snaps up Mount Ommaney masterpiece

first_imgImpressive views.A THREE-STOREY home with one of the best viewsin Mount Ommaney was the biggest sale across the southwest for the week.The home at 10 Tiara Close was sold for $1.35 million, according to agent Alex Jordan from McGrath Estate Agents.It was on the market for a little over two weeks before it was snapped up by a local resident.The sale was the first time the home had been on the open market, as the previous owner had it built around 18 years ago.Mr Jordan said it was one of the nicer premium homes in the suburb.“It is immaculate inside and out,” Mr Jordan said.Perfect for summer.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The home was built on one of the highest points on Mount Ommaney in a quiet cul-de-sac that is just behind the Brisbane River.The modern home is at one of the higher points in the neighbourhood.“This is one of the better streets of Mount Ommaney, but you can still get cheaper homes there,” Mr Jordan said.Modern interiors with exceptional views.The home was designed by prominent architect Ian Webb and has five bedrooms across its three stories and an expansive outdoor entertainment area with a pool and a covered patio.The current median house sale price in the suburb is $879,000.last_img read more