Carseldine 4 Asti Place
Chic 70's, a family home to celebrate
Drawing on the 1970 charm of a four-bedroom house, 4 Asti Place comes to the market for the first time in over two decades. It's a chance to acquire a home designed by the futurist and legendary architect Donald Spencer. Expressing some of the most noted architectural styles of all time a Modern daringly experimented with open plan spaces, the use of expansive windows and sliding glass doors to bring the outside in, and natural materials such as timber, stone, and earthy colour. The craftsmanship using these concepts and materials comes together in the making of this family home.
Four Asti Place is secluded from the street by established landscaped grounds as if in a world of its own yet nearby to the best of Brisbane city living. It is a home equipped for daily living with multiple living spaces, both indoors and out, and entertainment-ready to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and weddings in the garden's poolside pavilion with its outdoor kitchen.
Meandering down the walkway to red entry doors, it's apparent that this home is something special. Slate floors, western cedar timbers, and exposed brick walls set the tone for a timeless palette of finishes. Configured with living areas and the kitchen on the ground level along with the parents' retreat, the three upstairs bedrooms are generous and quirky - ready to be personalised.
Quoting someone who has experienced 70's Modern living, "If you're lucky enough to find one, make it yours.' Asking the owners what friends have to say about 4 Asti Place when they visit, and the immediate response was 'fabulous, fabulous, and fabulous.' "Come and see for yourself"