Honey Badger in ‘cracking’ photobomb effort What a spot for a barbecue. The Barakat property at 1 Dickson Terrace, Hamilton, is open for expressions of interest. Stunning views towards the city. Glass and light make good use of the panoramic views.It was described as being on a large “756sq m corner block with 30.6m frontage offering incredible panoramic river and city views”.The six bedroom, five bathroom home has an infinity edge pool with full-equipped covered barbecue terrace, electric glass sliding doors, large fully-self contained guest quarters, a temperature controlled wine cellar and dual street access with a two-car garage off each street — Toorak Road and Dickson Terrace.In a statement, Ray White New Farm principal Matt Lancashire said the Barakats were selling to downsize.“They chose this location as they wanted the best views of the river and CBD. Their neighbours are also considered as some of Brisbane’s most exclusive homes.”“The Barakats love their home however now it is time for another family to enjoy it as much as they have over the years.”“The quality of existing homes and homes that are currently being built surrounding 1 Dickson Terrace is testament to why Dickson Terrace is so tightly held and is one of Brisbane’s most desired locations.”Expressions of interest in the property close at 5pm on March 28, if not sold prior. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 A file picture from a decade ago of Marcelle Barakat, Anthony Barakat and Terrie Barakat at a social event.Former hairdresser/property developer Anthony Barakat and wife Terrie are living proof it’s possible to bounce back strong after a financial hit.Mrs Barakat has listed their stunning home in blue chip Hamilton for sale via expressions of interest closing 5pm on March 28 “if not sold prior”.“It’s been the best house for us but our children are all growing up and the time is right for us to sell. It took us more than 18 months to build our dream home totally from scratch,” Mrs Barakat said in a statement.“We are so high here, it’s the best spot on Hamilton Hill and we have watched the Brisbane skyline develop and change over time.“I love being able to see the city from every room in the house — from the CBD to the mountains in the west — through the floor to ceiling windows.“We bought the property to take advantage of the breezes and the views, and it’s very open and filled with light.“I always wanted the house to speak for itself, so the structure speaks volumes. It’s got clean lines and it’s very open plan.” MORE: Australia’s biggest fixer-upper FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK The Barakats had sold their sprawling Dickson Terrace home in Hamilton for $5 million in 2012, five months after receivers were appointed to several of Mr Barakat’s assets, according to official records.The new buyer at the time was a company called Hazell Corp — which was linked to Anthony Moreton Group founder Tony Hazell.Luckily for the Barakats, five years after he’d bought it off them Mr Hazell agreed to sell their dream home back to Mrs Barakat for $5.25m, $250,000 more than he had paid for it, according to CoreLogic.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoThe Barakats property trail includes some of the Queensland capital’s most beautiful properties, including Brisbane’s most expensive home — the $18m 1 Leopard St in Kangaroo Point. The house on the corner of prestigious Toorak Road and Dixon Terrace was designed by David Stoneley and Gary McGrath of Sparc* architects, while Greg Harris was the interior designer.
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