The central atrium at 93 Muir St, Cannon HillMrs Wilbrink said her family had enjoyed the location as much as the home.“Everything we’ve ever needed is so close by,” she said.“It’s a very well connected suburb to live in.” The open-roof atrium at 93 Muir St, Cannon HillMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe contemporary, Asian-inspired home has been designed around an open-roof atrium which Mrs Wilbrink said had been the most enjoyable aspect of the home. “It lets in so much light, and there’s always a beautiful flow of air,” she said. Inside 93 Muir St, Cannon HillOn the ground floor there is two bedrooms, media room, bathroom, laundry, deck and two-car garage. Mrs Wilbrink said it was the view that buyers would fall in love with. The main bedroom of 93 Muir St, Cannon Hill“We love to sit out on the deck and watch the sunset each night,” she said.“We look out to the city and watch the sun set right behind it.“The deck has the most incredible view of the skyline.” The views from 93 Muir St, Cannon Hill“At night, you can look up and see the moon straight above you. “It can be very exciting when it rains or storms.”On the top level, there is a master suite with walk-in-robe and ensuite, additional bedroom, separate toilet, kitchen, living, dining and large outdoor deck area. The home at 93 Muir St, Cannon HillOwners Helen and Helmut Wilbrink bought the two-level home at 93 Muir St, Cannon Hill, at auction in 2013 after viewing the property for the first time that day.“We thought it was an open home, so we went and checked it out,” she said. “Twenty minutes later, we were walking away with the contract.”Mrs Wilbrink said the purchase was an “impulse buy” they’d “never regret.” 93 Muir St, Cannon HillWith uninterrupted views of the city, Glasshouse Mountains and Bay Islands, ‘Atrium House’ is a one-of-a-kind home.