Hamilton’s Most Expensive Homes Sold in 2018

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There were several high profile multi-million property sales in 2018 across Brisbane, and four of the most expensive homes sold were from Hamilton, a testament to the ever-growing demand for prestige homes in the suburb, the latest report from Domain group said.

19 Lawes Street, Hamilton

This 500-sqm L-shaped home is designed to take advantage of the amazing of views to the south across the Brisbane river and the city. It features 5 bedrooms with a study, 3 bathrooms, 2 car parking spaces, grassy and secured backyard, inground pool, reception area, timber staircases, floor to ceiling glass, and centrally located kitchen.

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The property was bought in 1999 for $1.17 million. Twenty years after, it was again sold in October 2018 for $5 million.

41 Dickson Terrace, Hamilton

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A brand-new house that was sold last November 2018 for $5.25 million to a local Brisbane buyer days before its scheduled listing. The 4-bedroom 4.5-bathroom house offers a sweeping view of the river and the city. It also features a double-garage, a pool, two kitchens, two living rooms, an entertainment room, office, and internal lift.

30 Windermere Road, Hamilton

Set on a  2,024-sqm lot, this 6-beds 4-baths home was sold for $5.95 million last April 2018. The last time it hit the market was in August 2012; selling for $4,685,000. This extremely attractive house, described by its previous owner as a “little resort,” features a main bedroom with walk-in robe and access to a balcony, plenty of entertainment rooms, and ensuite with twin vanities, and a kitchen that overlooks to the living and dining area.

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This large property also has a swimming pool, championship-size tennis court, 3,000-bottle wine cellar with an 8-seater table, five car parking spaces, wooden floors, high ceilings, and large sliding doors.

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1A Eldernell Terrace, Hamilton

This residence was last sold in April 2008 for $6.1 million before hitting the market again and getting sold last February 2018 for $7.25 million. Sitting on a 910-sqm land, the Harry Poulous designed 3-level five-bedroom elegant home underwent contemporary renovation. It offers fantastic views of the Brisbane river, Gateway Bridge, and the city skyline.

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Features of the house include: upper-level master suite with large walk-in robe, marble ensuite, four baths, 4 parking spaces, floor to ceiling glass, new kitchen and butcher’s pantry, and a second kitchen for casual dining.

The house also features a guest retreat area, double New Guinea Rosewood doors, Himalayan sandstone steps, Paul Bangay-inspired garden, and a temperature-controlled wine cellar.

36 Dickson Tce

36 Dickson Tce, or more popularly known as the Christopher Skase house, was 2018’s post-New Year surprise sale, changing hands for $10.138 million when hotelier Steven Shoobridge acquired the property in a hush-hush deal.

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Built by one of Australia’s most notorious businessman in the 1990s, the luxurious mansion is considered to be a bargain at over $10 million, considering that Skase spent $35 million for its construction in 1988. An additional $5 million was spent for its renovation in 1997.