And there is ample living spaces to take in the viewBut it is the top floor that really shines, with views across to the Brisbane CBD. The home makes a statement from the startArchitecturally-designed, the immaculate home’s name means “see far away” and the views do not disappoint.“When the house was first built we went to the auction to have a look … it was our dream house,” Mr Yap said.“We used to say that one day we would get to Wandana and three years later, we ended up buying it.”The 910sq m property is on one of the suburb’s premier hilltop streets, and is surrounded by million-dollar designer and character homes.From the outset, the home’s facade is a showstopper, and gives potential buyers a taste of the luxe features behind its flash exterior.The lower ground floor has a secure five car garage and a 300-plus bottle wine cellar, complete with freestanding wine fridges. A sauna, workshop, a multipurpose gym/rumpus and a separate granny flat are also features.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours ago There is a five car garage and a wine cellar that can hold 300-plus bottles of posh plonk Upstairs there is a bar that would not look out of place in a swanky clubOn the ground floor, there is ample living space, including a large living room, a summer room, a media room and four bedrooms including a master suite with a massive walk-in-robe and ensuite. There is also a swimming pool, terrace and large patio. 15 Wentworth Parade, BalmoralWhen entrepreneur couple Anthony Yap and Hanh Luu sunk $50,000 into buying their first pharmacy at Deagon on Brisbane’s northside in 2001, they never dreamt they would one day own, let alone sell, their spectacular home at Balmoral.The couple are the founders of Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse, one of Australia’s largest health and beauty retailers, and are selling Wandana at 15 Wentworth Parade, Balmoral. Speaking of views … tada! Here you will find three flowing open-plan living spaces, including a dining room, a spacious entertainer’s kitchen with designer appliances, a walk-in pantry and a full-service bar. There is also a guest bedroom and office, and a timber patio that extends from one living room out over the property, offering sweeping 360 degree panoramic views towards the city.Connecting all levels is an architectural void and a timber and glass staircase. Additional features include a lift servicing all floors, water tanks, additional powder room, multiple televisions, stereo system and security automation with LaunchPort and keyless entry.Mr Yap said the home would suit a range of buyers, and could be a luxury family home or the ultimate bachelor pad.“I don’t think anyone would be unhappy with this house,” he said. The property is being market by Place – Bulimba, and will go to auction at 10am on August 4.