first_imgThe kitchen at 15 Scott St, Hawthorne.There are plenty of features for the new owner to enjoy, such as the walls of glass, seamless limestone tile floors, dark kitchen cabinetry with marble benchtops and a double height ceiling cavity above the lounge.And if you were worried climbing the stairs from the three-car garage to the top floor might be exhausting, they’ve catered for that as well.“I think the lift that takes you up from the bottom level to the top is a huge bonus,” Mr Price said. The home at 15 Scott St, Hawthorne.WHEN it comes to palatial contemporary homes, 15 Scott St, Hawthorne has been setting a benchmark.Designed by its first owner, Jorge Guerreiro of Builtex Homes, the three-level residence took advantage of its elevated position to maximise views of the river, New Farm and city skyline.Ray White East Brisbane director Garry Price said the home had been well received by the market. The living area at 15 Scott St, Hawthorne.“The feedback is that’s it’s just a spectacular home in the area. We’re looking for offers over $4.5 million,” Mr Price said.Mr Price said the views had provided a picture-like backdrop to the main living area on the second level, which had been a favourite space among prospective buyers during inspections.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“There’s a fire place and bar, and you just walk in there and go, ‘Wow!’” he said.center_img The swimming pool at 15 Scott St, Hawthorne.The upper level accommodates bedrooms, including the main suite with a balcony providing a vantage point for those views.Mr Price said Hawthorne was a prime suburb for blue-chip property, and despite the home’s size, it’s had broad appeal.“Mature age couples love it because it’s a big, open-plan and a magnificent home,” Mr Price said.“Families love it because it’s got five bedrooms and your interstate buyers love it, too,” he said.last_img