5 Fourth Ave, ScarboroughThe home also has a large, leafy backyard with pergola, which Mrs Nolte said made it feel more private.Shops, schools and public transport are close by. 5 Fourth Ave, Scarborough.The large rooms with plenty of windows to let natural light and air flow through were what she loved most about the home.“I think that it’s special that the rooms are really spacious and give the feeling of a nice, airy setting,” Mrs Nolte said. 5 Fourth Ave, Scarborough.“We designed the house in a way that would make the most of the views we have,” Mrs Nolte said.The contemporary three-storey home, which was designed with the help of an architect, sits on a 810sq m block and has three bedrooms.The master bedroom with ensuite, private balcony and walk-in wardrobe is on the second floor. 5 Fourth Ave, Scarborough.Mrs Nolte said they would miss their custom-built home when they moved back to Germany.“It’s really a nice location,” Mrs Nolte said.“It’s a very friendly neighbourhood and everybody knows everybody.” 5 Fourth Ave, Scarborough.THE breathtaking view was what determined the design of Ulrike Nolte and Rainer Hasse-Nolte’s Scarborough home.The couple built the mansion-like property at 5 Fourth Ave in 2010.For the past seven years, they have had views of Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains. 5 Fourth Ave, Scarborough.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The kitchen, living and dining areas, and an outdoor entertaining deck are also on the second floor.On the ground floor, there are two bedrooms as well as a second bathroom, laundry, powder room and workshop in the large double-car garage.The mezzanine level, which also has a balcony, can be used as a study or fourth bedroom.“It’s of very high craftsmanship,” Mrs Nolte said.