One of two wine cellars in the home. Picture: NGU Real Estate.It was the most viewed Queensland property on realestate.com.au the week it hit the market in June, and the second most popular nationally. “The first open home we had 300 people through,” Mr Juresic said. “We had a lot of people that just wanted to see what all the fuss was … Pictures don’t do it justice.”He said the key to the house’s success was that despite being a large 650sq m on an 840sq m block, “it feels like home”. The backyard has a large lap pool with pool house, sauna and bathroom. Picture: NGU Real Estate.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day ago One of three living rooms to chill out in. Picture: NGU Real Estate. Not a bad spot at all to watch the next episode of Star Trek Discovery.“Because it’s a Hamptons style home, the feel is very different, it’s very warm. A lot of modern homes have no love in them, a lot have polished concrete but it’s cold. Even though this is a big home, it is a warm home.”The property was created after demolishing four old units that were on site.“What was important was that whatever was built complemented this area of East Brisbane,” Mr Juresic said. “Most homes in the street are Queenslanders and older style homes. To us, Hamptons style is a Queenslander with a lot of stone in it. There’s really not much difference, except Hamptons use a lot of stone. For us design-wise it complements the street.” 7 Ashfield St, East Brisbane, was hugely popular online and during open homes. Picture: NGU Real Estate.A HAMPTONS-inspired Brisbane new build that became one of the state’s most viewed homes has sold, according to developer Emil Juresic of NGU Development Corp.Mr Juresic, who also marketed the property via his NGU Real Estate firm, told The Courier-Mail the five bedroom home sold “in the $4m’s”.The house at 7 Ashfield Street, East Brisbane has a whopping seven bathrooms, two wine cellars, three living rooms, 3.8m ceiling height, an integrated cinema and about $150,000 worth of technology to automate processes like lighting, security, cameras and speakers via smartphones and iPads.