Double doors separate the private foyer in front of the owner’s lift.South Brisbane has seen its median price go up 33.3 per cent in the past five years, with the median rent sitting on $470 a week and the median time it takes properties to sell sitting on 70 days.The are eight one-per-floor residences in Villagio, with features including high ceilings, free flowing rooms and breathtaking views across the river and cityscape.Apartment 6 has a separate media room with built-in surround sound, separate study, built-in BBQ, Cbus lighting system throughout, and direct lift access into its own foyer, as well as a triple garage and dedicated visitor parking. Communal features in the building include a lap pool and steam room. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Entertainer’s kitchen includes practical aspects like direct access to a separate laundry room and drying veranda. What an amazing backdrop for a party. The Villagio has held its value well amid a sea of new buildings in the area. Looking out the kitchen to the main veranda. The view from 6/212 Vulture Street, South Brisbane.A THREE-bedroom whole floor apartment with jawdropping views of the city skyline has emerged as the most expensive property sold in Queensland this past week.The triple bedroom, triple bathroom, four car unit at 6/212 Vulture Street, South Brisbane, has topped Queensland’s list of sales this past week, having sold under the hammer for $3.16m on Thursday.Agent Judy Goodger of Place Estate Agents New Farm, who took the property to market with colleague Matthew Foote, told The Courier-Mail that the home as “exceptional”.“The floorplan was exceptional, the amount of views was phenomenal, it’s just very rare to find a property like this.” The terrace stretches almost the entire length of the apartment.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoBubbles, bubbly and a lazy Friday night are calling.She said the whole floor apartment saw five registered bidders on Thursday night, with bidding kicking off at $2.5m.“Two bidders competed very strongly from $3m, and both parties were families from the suburbs, coming from very large homes wanting to be closer to the hub of Brisbane — theatres, entertaining, the city and also the appeal that it was on the whole floor.”“The building was 12 years old so it did extremely well. There is one apartment per floor, and it really is in the hub of it all.”The apartment covers 394sq m, according to CoreLogic data — bigger than some house blocks in the city. The fully installed media room — essential for families. The main master bedroom.