AFL STAR SELLS GOLD COAST HOME BRISBANE HOME SET FOR TV FAME Agent Josephine Johnston-Rowell of Johnston Dixon Brisbane had marketed the property as an “Ivy League entertainer”, and even went so far as to liken it to a Feberge Egg.“The beauty and quality of the family home which is a veritable Faberge Egg surprise package right across its 814 sqm of prime, private land is evident from the moment you arrive at the secure gated entry,” was how it was listed. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours ago 15 Ivy Street, Indooroopilly, sold for $3.475m. 15 Ivy Street, Indooroopilly, Qld 4068A ‘FABERGE Egg’ dream home in Brisbane’s west was the most expensive home sold in Queensland last week, according to latest figures. CoreLogic data out today said the five bedroom, three bathroom, two car space home, which had been marketed as “an architectural and technological masterpiece”, sold for $3.475m on Friday. The triple storey luxury home at 15 Ivy Street in Indooroopilly was the top sale for not just the city but beat several luxury contenders across the state on the first day of Winter. 95 Gordon Street, Gordon Park, sold for $1.683m.The property also had five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a double-car garage and fetched $1.683m.It was marketed by agent Matthew Jabs and Ross Armstrong of Place Newmarket as a brand new traditional family home. The new build home has herringbone parquetry flooring. Perfect for family life.The new build included 2.7 metre high ceilings with decorative cornices, French Oak timber herringbone parquetry flooring, stacker sliding doors to the outdoor living zones, and a child-friendly backyard and saltwater in-ground pool on a 522 sqm block. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK From manicured gardens, to a grand foyer, striking chandeliers and full height windows, the home was designed to be admired. It also has a riverside deck, pontoon and the owners threw in a jet ski dock for free with the property. GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REAL ESTATE NEWS FREE & DIRECT TO INBOX CoreLogic said the second most expensive house that was reported to have been sold was at 95 Gordon Street in Gordon Park, in Brisbane’s north. The view is timeless.