Brisbane restaurateur John Kilroy has listed his New Farm penthouse, complete with its own rooftop garden.
Kilroy, who runs Cha Cha Char, the steak institution on Eagle Street, paid $3.6 million off the plan in 2013, three years before the building was finished.
The two-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment at 11/170 Bowen Terrace is being marketed by Alex Phillis of Phillis Real Estate.
Comprising two levels, the unique penthouse features a private roof top terrace and a private pool in the sky.
It has been custom fitted from new by Kilroy and is set over the top two floors of the eight level apartment building, featuring only six other full floor residences.
Marketed as “the best private rooftop in Brisbane,” Mr Phillis estimated a price point around $10 million.
Last year the apartment below sold for $6 million.
Set on 625 sqm, its within close proximity to the City, James Street, New Farm, the Casino, Golf courses and medical facilities. Plus the Brisbane International airport is a 20 minute drive and the Gold Coast, 50 minutes.
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