Discover Why This Stunning Home on Massey Street Became the Darling of Social Media

This Palm Springs-inspired trophy home in Ascot was sold in 2022 for a whopping $4.45 million. See why this architectural masterpiece on Massey Street has caused a stir in social media and attracted dozens of prospective buyers despite the hefty price tag.

Located at 110 Massey Street in the affluent suburb of Ascot, just 400 metres from local shops was sold last October 2022. Dubbed ‘Montrose on Massey’, this stunning home’s first open home inspection attracted more than 250 people amid the pouring. And we see why.

Designed by architect Graham Lloyd, Montrose on Massey’s main feature is its showstopping double helical staircase that’s backed by an expansive glass that frames the greenery outdoors that harmoniously blends with the luxurious, organic interiors that feature a 3m ceiling, full-height glass and quality European oak floors.

Then there’s the gourmet kitchen with a butler’s pantry, with multiple zones for relaxation or hosting guests.

Meanwhile, the oak and glass doors are retractable to offer a seamless integration of its indoors and outdoors where you can find a Palm Springs-style oasis with a resort-style pool, an alfresco area, and a low-maintenance lawn and garden.

The 534 sqm house also boasts five bedrooms, including the northeast-facing master suite sanctuary and four elegantly designed bathrooms whilst the three act as deluxe ensuites. One is situated in the ground floor guest wing fitted with travertine marble finishes, calacatta vagli marble vanities and Astra Walker fixtures throughout.

110 Masset Street was sold after 10 days of being on the market. It was the most viewed home in Queensland and fourth most viewed nationally with 263,726 online views and 24.8 million media reach nationally.

The suburb of Ascot has experienced a 23.4 per cent price growth in the past 12 months to February 2023 with the current median price for houses at $2.17 million.
Published 29-March-2023