There are 180 degree views from the balcony.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mr Warren said there wasn’t much not to love about the home, and it’s not hard to see why with sweeping views from the deck.“It’s got magnificent 180-degree views and looks all the way to the top of Mt Coot-tha,” he said. The rumpus room with doors leading to the wine cellar.Upstairs are three more bedrooms, including the master with a walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite.There is an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, which opens out to an enormous deck, overlooking the swimming pool and grounds beyond.There is also an office and another large living space.Mr Warren said one of his favourite things about living in the area was the walking tracks nearby that he used regularly. Another area that could be used as a study or bedroom.He believes the home would be great for a family, with Brookfield State School only three minutes drive away.“It’s a beautiful family home, it’s just too big for us now.” The pool and rear of the home at 9 Olsen Ct, Brookfield.This Brookfield home is being offered to the market for the first time in 20 years. The front of 9 Olsen Ct, Brookfield.Craig and Pauline Warren bought the 9 Olsen Court home before building had been completed, enabling them to choose their preferred finishes.“We were able to put our stamp on things,” Mr Warren said.The couple raised their now grown son in the home and are now downsizing. One of the upstairs living areas.While the home hasn’t required too much updating over the years, the couple have added a few individual touches.“The wine cellar has got 200-year-old Chinese doors, and the front door is a French vintage,” Mr Warren said. The two-level home also has bright spacious rooms, with timeless finishes.On the bottom floor is a massive 8 x 8.2m rumpus room, a double lockup garage, wine cellar, a separate family room, a bedroom, bathroom and laundry.