Ascot’s Most Expensive Homes of 2018

Two Ascot homes made the list of most expensive homes sold in 2018 as Brisbane continued to deliver a good number of multi-million dollar sales from Bridgeman Downs to Cleveland (Raby Bay), according to the latest report from Domain Group.

27 Sutherland Avenue, Ascot

This residence is located at 27 Sutherland Avenue, where the neighbourhood’s median monthly personal income is $4,306, according to Domino’s Pizza chief executive Don Meij bought this trophy home back in 2016 for $8.615 million before selling it off-market in January 2018 for $11 million.

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This Hamptons-style home is set on a 2,024-sqm land and features 6 bedroom with their own marble ensuite and walk-in robes; 6 baths; 4 car parking spaces; manicured gardens; and pool house with BBQ/kitchen, dining, lounge, and fireplace.

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The house incorporated classic architectural elements like dark stained hardwood floors, high ceilings, white trimmed French doors, and four fireplaces. There are formal lounge and dining rooms, casual living room, entertainment/billiard room with wet bar and cellar, and executive home office.

30 Kitchener Road, Ascot

This stylish modern house, designed by Shaun Lockyer, is set on 898-sqm block on 30 Kitchener Road, Ascot , where the neighbourhood’s median monthly personal income is $5,981, according to Before it was sold in November 2018 for $5.5 million, it hit the market back in 2015 and was sold for $1.96 million.

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Touted as the “ultimate family home”, this north-east facing atrium-style home has a 25-metre street frontage with dual street access. There are five large bedrooms, separate children’s playroom, study, and gymnasium/third garage.

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The luxurious interior is complemented by the Steven Clegg-designed garden which include a vertical garden at the back of the house and level manicured lawn, alongside a swimming pool and pool storage house.