Inside 106-110 Virginia Avenue, HawthorneOn the same level there is a media room, music room, library and gym. Mr Scott said changing the layout of the home to include good separation between the adults and children’s areas allowed the family to enjoy the house more. REAL ESTATE: 106-110 Virginia Avenue, HawthorneThis riverfront home is in one of Brisbane’s most prestigious streets.Owners Sarah and Shaun Scott purchased the property at 106-110 Virginia Ave, Hawthorne, in 2010 before renovating the property to suit their lifestyle and family needs. The home at 106-110 Virginia Avenue, Hawthorne“One end of the house is more adult-friendly and the other really caters to children and teenagers,” he said. Mr Scott said buyers would enjoy how peaceful and private the home was, despite its inner-city location. “We get the best of both worlds here,” he said. The impressive home at 106-110 Virginia Ave, HawthorneMr Scott said it was a two-year undertaking to get it right.“We didn’t change the footprint that existed, just the configuration of the rooms,” he said.“It’s was about making the home more liveable, and changing the perspective rather than the design.”More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The home at 106-110 Virginia Ave, HawthorneThe large home sits on 2137sq m of waterfront land and has city views, two swimming pools, a spa, champion-sized tennis court, putting green, boat house, private jetty and wine cellar. On the ground floor, the entryway leads to the open plan living, dining, lounge and kitchen area that overlook the plunge-pool, spa and alfresco deck. Inside 106-110 Virginia Avenue, HawthorneThere is also a rumpus room with bar and bathroom, office, powder room and laundry, a three-car garage, mudroom and drying court. On the second level, the home has five bedrooms, including master suite, each with their own walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite.