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Day spa One Wybelenna for sale as a private home or business

first_imgOne Wybelenna at Brookfield is being offered for sale as a private residence.A luxury day spa in Brisbane’s leafy western suburbs is being offered for sale for the first time as an established business or as a private home by its owners Heather and Charlie Sartain.Designed by renowned, award-winning architect Shaun Lockyer, 1 Wybelenna Street in Brookfield is one of the city’s most idyllic retreats — visited by hundreds of people each month who soak up the serene surrounds and holistic treatments on offer.MORE PROPERTY NEWS:House sells without flashy LamboHog’s Breath founder sells Whitsunday mansionNuns sell Brisbane laundry for $27mShaun Lockyer’s One Wybelenna project at Brookfield in Brisbane’s west incorporated hundreds of thousands of dollars of stonework. Picture: Scott Burrows.Heather established the property as a day spa in 2015 after redeveloping and rebuilding the property.It was a labour of love and towards completion — and after a year of letting the home as an executive rental — they decided to integrate the building with Heather’s lifetime passion for health and wellness.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:09Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:09 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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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 Rate1xFullscreenIconic riverfront estate in Brisbane02:10After careful consideration, the Sartains have decided to offer the residence to prospective buyers for use as a well-established business, or as a private home.“It’s a time of changing priorities,” Heather said.“The last few months have given me the opportunity to reassess and to reprioritise, particularly after having achieved all that I had set out to do over the last 10 years, through design and construction, to opening the day spa and reaching the successes that we now see. It is time to move on to a new phase in my life.”One Wybelenna day spa owner Heather Sartain. Image supplied.But it is still business as usual at One Wybelenna.“We are taking bookings, receiving guests and enjoying business as usual,” Heather said.“The team is working hard to accommodate a high demand for appointments following our mandatory closure due to COVID-19. We are just not selling gift certificates due to the significant number out there in the community, whose holders find it difficult to book an appointment at this time.“We have deeply appreciated and valued all the support over the years, and particularly over the past few difficult months.”One of the treatment rooms/bedrooms in the residence at 1 Wybelenna St, Brookfield.Set on a sprawling 6700 sqm, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom property was born out of the remnants of a cottage designed by influential Brisbane architect, Robin Gibson, which was a landmark structure in the area for many years.Completed in 2012, the result is a contemporary interpretation of Californian modernism, heavily influenced by American architect Richard Neutra — famous for his simple geometry and use of steel and glass.Inside the residence at 1 Wybelenna St, Brookfield, which is being offered for sale.The residence sits on the original footprint of the Gibson house and incorporates tallowwood timber and locally-quarried bluestone to define living zones and pavilions throughout the building.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus8 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market8 hours agoThe modernist design features extend right through the home, even down to the unique ‘orb’ fireplace, which hovers over a sunken lounge area.The residence is a haven for relaxation.The dramatic outdoor living areas have direct access to a 20m outdoor magna spa and pool area, which is surrounded by bushland and beautiful landscaped gardens.The house has been designed with sustainability in mind, having been thermally engineered, wind patterns mapped and a turf roof included to cover the garaging, which allows the house to ground itself into the existing contour of the land.One Wybelenna in Brookfield is currently used as a health spa.There are also 140,000 litres of water storage, 21kw of solar power and 300 additional trees have been planted in the waterway area.“I will miss the peace and tranquility of the property, both the beautifully landscaped gardens and the house itself,” Heather said.“It imparts an almost immediate feeling of relaxation upon entry. I will also miss the involvement and interaction with my team and our guests.”Marketing agent Tom Lyne of Ray White New Farm said it was “an incredibly rare opportunity” to purchase a property of such calibre only 15 minutes from the city.One Wybelenna was designed by award-winning architect Shaun Lockyer. Photographer: Scott Burrows.“If someone had a dream to build one of these, you’re looking at a four to five year plan,” Mr Lyne said.“Given it’s been operating as a spa, it has the most manicured grounds and a level of finishes that are second to none.”last_img read more

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Leicester midfielder not worried by potential Vardy exit

first_img1 Jamie Vardy is currently with England ahead of Euro 2016 Wales midfielder Andy King says the strong team bond at Leicester will not be damaged should Jamie Vardy decide to join Arsenal.England striker Vardy left for Euro 2016 in France on Monday with his club future still very much up in the air.The Football Writers’ Player of the Year is still considering a £20million move to Arsenal, with Premier League champions Leicester reportedly set to make Vardy a new contract offer to keep him at the King Power Stadium.Vardy scored 24 league goals last season as 5,000-1 outsiders Leicester won the title, and his departure would be a huge blow ahead of the club’s Champions League debut.“I wasn’t surprised when I heard about Vards because all of our players have had brilliant seasons and are going to be linked with big clubs,” said Foxes midfielder King, who is currently with the Wales squad at their Brittany base.“For Leicester it is going to be a summer of speculation of incomings and out-goings.“Nothing has happened yet and it will probably be a long transfer window.“But I don’t think it will affect the squad. It is 25 players in a squad and, if one or two decide they want to go and play their football elsewhere, we wish them all the best.“We want to keep our best players and hopefully add to that.”King said the entire Leicester squad wanted Vardy to stay following their historic campaign.But should Vardy leave it might increase speculation that other Leicester players, among them Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kante, could see their own futures elsewhere.“We want all our best players to stay and try and build from there,” said King.“But what he (Vardy) decides to do is up to him.“We have a tournament and I am really focused on Wales now. I will deal with Leicester when I get back, but for the next five or six weeks it is about Wales and what we can hopefully do in the tournament.”last_img read more

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