When Ray White New Farm‘s Matt Lancashire billed it ‘The trophy home of the decade’ we knew we were in for a tough shoot.
The vendor bought the 912 square metre block of land in 2003 for $1.85 million and engaged architect James Forbes to create what is a stunning, clifftop home, high on Bartley’s Hill. The four-storey masterpiece, offers over 1,470 sqm of living space elegantly set on a 912 sqm allotment with an infinity pool and panoramic views of the city. Of the five oversized bedrooms, four have their own designer ensuites.
With these types of shoots (1) A location ‘recce’ is a must and (B) A dawn to dusk approach to capture every room in it’s best light.