Whether your wishing to escape to the lush country side or stay well within the city confines, there’s something for everyone with these eight striking homes that could be yours.
The private botanical gardens of Eaglemont Estate mark the seasons in spectacular style, with silky oaks, liquid ambers and soaring pines alongside camellias, magnolias and a whole host of ornamentals and fruiting trees.
Throw in a substantial family homestead, a solar-heated pool, a tennis court and guest accommodation and you’re in hinterland paradise.
Ray White Rural Queensland’s Peter Douglas is taking expressions of interest with a guide of $20 million.
This luxury residence is well-equipped for entertaining, boasting a 74-square-metre covered entertaining terrace – with a Lynx barbecue and overlooking a fragrant garden and heated pool – a striking granite kitchen with a full butler’s pantry, a bespoke wine cellar and a home cinema.
Finishes include granite, marble and oak, and there are Liebherr, Miele and Wolf appliances.
Nic Yates from The Agency North is selling the home with a guide of $9 million.
Winner of the 2020 HIA WA Home of the Year award, this newly built, four-level home is set midway between the beach and the delightful Helston Park.
Designed by Gavin Hestelow, its features include soaring ceilings, an internal lift, a theatre room and a lap pool.
Realmark Coastal’s Oliver Hess is accepting expressions of interest that close on April 14.
He guides the home at $6.1 million-$6.3 million.
Enjoy all-day sunshine and glorious northerly views over the sand and surf at this three-level beach house, which comes with two living spaces and multiple decks.
LJ Hooker Palm Beach’s David Edwards is selling the home by expressions of interest.
He guides the property at $7.5 million.
If you’re looking for space, comfort and plenty of entertainment options in a semi-rural setting, this one-hectare property ticks all the boxes, just a 20-minute drive from Brisbane’s CBD.
There’s a sprawling, single-level family home with seven bedrooms and three substantial living zones, plus a fully self-contained, two-bedroom guest house.
The manicured grounds include a 25-metre lap pool, a tennis court and a giant chessboard and there are two sheds ready to shelter your boat, caravan or car collection.
Tyson Clarke of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty is looking for offers in the high $3 millions by April 14.
You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stumbled into an Australian version of Monet’s garden at Tieve Tara, with its magnificent established gardens, waterways and a picture-perfect ornamental bridge all vying for attention.
On the market for the first time in 25 years, the property is renowned for its two hectares of beautifully landscaped grounds incorporating both native and exotic species, a rose walk, a Japanese garden, two lakes and rolling lawns.
Accommodation includes an architect-designed two-bedroom brick and stone main residence and a two-bedroom cottage, and there’s a heated indoor pool and a croquet lawn.
It’s barely a five-minute drive into the heart of the Byron Bay township from Koreelah but you’ll feel like you’re a million miles away.
Set on a private 3.88 hectare lot, the 100-year-old home presents beautifully with five bedrooms, a huge gas kitchen with stainless steel benchtops and a living room boasting high, timber-panelled ceilings and a feature stone fireplace.
Outside you’ll find a mineral pool and spa, an olive grove and a citrus orchard plus a chook shed and veggie garden.
Christian Sergiacomi of Pacifico Property is guiding $9 million to $9.5 million ahead of the April 16 auction.
Lap up panoramic river, city, bridge and garden views from this Jackson Teece-designed apartment in the contemporary Scott Street Apartments.
With more than 500 square metres on title, the three-bedroom, three-bathroom property boasts a 19-metre frontage to the river, with both indoor and outdoor living space well-positioned to capitalise on the outlook.
Finishes include Calacutta Oro marble benchtops and oak timber flooring and with high ceilings and a 15-metre long gallery, there are plenty of options to showcase an art collection.
Simon Caulfield from Place Estate Agents Kangaroo Point will take the property to auction on April 15.