New three-storey home with wine library to appeal to families

first_imgInvite your friends over to 72 Botticelli St, Fig Tree Pocket.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoOn the ground floor there is a guest room which can be used as a home office.Mr Tabrizi, who was involved in the architectural design of the home, said a fire pit, and a swimming pool with a waterfall and plunge pool were standout features.The wine library has capacity for 400 bottles, and it is central to the house with a modern industrial look, using vintage bricks to achieve a natural insulation. “PGH Bricks are used to create a modern industrial look in the cellar and also a couple of art niches in the living room,” he said. 72 Botticelli St, Fig Tree Pocket.With a large number of living spaces, Mr Tabrizi said the home would suit families with younger and older children.“This is contemporary modern architecture,” Mr Tabrizi said. “We’ve built the house for a wide spectrum of people to tick their boxes.”He said Tabrizi Home Builders had developed a number of homes on this stretch of the river, fetching record street prices in the past. 72 Botticelli St, Fig Tree Pocket.A multimillion-dollar house in Fig Tree Pocket with a fancy “wine library” has hit the market. Tabrizi Home Builders owner Kevin Tabrizi said the new build, set to appeal to families, was finished only weeks ago and is in a prime river position. “It’s unique because Rocks Riverside Park is across from it and there’s beautiful landscaping in between with other parks and facilities,” Mr Tabrizi said.The three-storey home at 72 Botticelli St has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a powder room, and a four-plus car garage. center_img Relax and unwind at 72 Botticelli St, Fig Tree Pocket.Selling agent Cathy Lammie, from Cathy Lammie Property, said prior to the new build, a ranch-style home had been spread across three blocks.She said without a doubt the home would suit “big kids you can’t get rid of”, little kids, multi-generational living, or even car enthusiasts. Ms Lammie said Fig Tree Pocket’s lifestyle and relaxed country-style living with an inner-city address had always been a strong performer for buyers. “The lack of land and the outstanding education facilities makes the suburb number one on buyers’ lists,” she said.last_img