Graya brothers drop hammer on swanky new Brisbane home

first_imgThis house at 23 Mahara St, Bardon, is the latest creation by Graya Construction. Pic supplied. The wine cellar at 23 Mahara St, Bardon. Picture supplied by Graya Construction.The property has been listed for sale by negotiation through Ben Wakely and Jason Cherrett of Urban Property Agents Paddington.It will be open for its first inspection on Saturday, October 14 at 11.15am. This house at 23 Mahara St, Bardon, is the latest offering from Graya Construction. Picture supplied.THE Brisbane brothers behind the homes of local stars including Broncos’ skipper Darius Boyd, Wallabies playmaker Quade Cooper and Channel 9’s Alison Ariotti have just put the hammer down on their latest creation. Located in Bardon, the pair’s newest project ‘Mahara’ is a five-bedroom, three-bathroom high end home designed by architect Tim Stewart on . The indoor/outdoor living space at 23 Mahara St, Bardon. Picture supplied by Graya Construction. Qld leads demand for solar power Hamptons style home a hit Designer’s apartment for sale center_img Brothers Rob and Andrew Gray from Graya Construction. Picture supplied by Graya Construction.Graya Construction brothers Rob and Andrew Gray are known for their ability to transform hoarder hovels and steep blocks of land into dream homes.The experienced property flippers bought the site at 23 Mahara Street for $940,000 in September 2016 and set about replacing the old house with a new masterpiece.“We’ve been buying and selling in the Paddington/Bardon area for a few years now and the location of this site really stood out for us,” Rob Gray said. “It’s in one of the nicest pockets in Bardon.” GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoThe kitchen at 23 Mahara St, Bardon. Picture supplied by Graya Construction.The house has been constructed using the brothers’ signature quality materials, including concrete, timber, glass and Cemental silver brickwork.Details such as black interior doors with bespoke oak timber knobs, black ceiling fans. feature pendant lights and voids are strong but subtle design concepts.“We just wanted a large, luxury family home,” Mr Gray said, knowing that Rainworth State School was just down the road.But he said the brothers don’t want to be branded by a particular style.“I think a lot of people fall into the trap of having a particular style,” Mr Gray said.“We want to portray ourselves as using different architects and designers and always want to be ahead of the times.”last_img

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