The Gables by Smout Property, photographed by Brock Beazley

“The Gables of Ascot” is the high-end transformation of a traditional 1930’s Queenslander owned by property developers, Rebecca and Francisco of Smout Property in Brisbane. Together with architect Graham Llloyd and builders CHS Building they have created a glamorous home which exudes contemporary luxury yet maintains a relaxed resort-style vibe.

Features of the home include a light-filled open plan living and dining area, five bedrooms (including a walk-in-wardrobe of grand proportions), three bathrooms, wine cellar, office, media room and large alfresco entertaining space with adjoining pool and landscaped grounds. All masterfully planned on a block size of just over 400m2!

An elegant blend of high-end finishes have been utilised including, terrazzo tiles by Fibonacci Stone, arabescato marble benchtops and splashbacks, bespoke cabinetry by Lux Kitchens, decorative wall panelling and French oak herringbone flooring.

A standout feature of the kitchen is the use of textured profile panels by Scandanavian Profiles which add depth and interest to the space without overwhelming it. This contoured timber joinery feature is continued throughout the residence, including vanity drawers and cabinetry in the bathroom and stylish bar/entertaining area.

Our Carlise Pulls in brass are the perfect complement to this style of textured cabinet profile and add a pop of warmth and elegance to each space.

And what a perfect match they are to the show-stopper brass kitchen rangehood and magnificent brass bar racks by Ifab Steel! A visual delight.

The Gables by Smout Property, photographed by Brock Beazley