Brisbane architect Colin Lewington ready to sell Pullenvale property
150 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale.Mr Johnston said walls of glass flooded the home with light and a perfect orientation ensured the totally private panorama of rolling hills and specimen trees. He said mountain views could be enjoyed from every aspect.The home also has an in-ground swimming pool, and a self-contained studio across the courtyard. 150 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale.Johnston Dixon Brisbane agent, Victor Johnston, said more than 20 years ago the couple often drove to Brisbane over the hills at Pullenvale, and each time they noted a beautiful hilltop position.“It was not long before they acquired the vacant land, meticulously designed and then carefully constructed the stunning lifestyle home that exists today,” Mr Johnston said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago 150 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale.Award-winning Brisbane architect Colin Lewington and his wife are ready to downsize from their sprawling property at Pullenvale.The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home, at 150 Airlie Rd, is on 2ha with amazing views to the mountains. 150 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale.Mr Johnston said Pullenvale was considered one of Brisbane’s finest acreage precincts. “I regularly receive calls from interstate buyers specifically requesting Pullenvale property,” he said.“There are only a handful of prime near-city acreage suburbs and few are close to the city as Pullenvale.“Privacy, natural beauty, uninterrupted views, freedom, space, tranquillity and crisp clean air are just some of the advantages acreage property enjoys over other lifestyle property.” The property goes to auction on February 4 at 11am.