There is a rooftop terrace on the top of this Mount Gravatt home.“Given we are so high up on the hill, capturing that amazing view was a must have,” Mrs Landini said.“We couldn’t get a big deck off the living space … and now we effectively get 270 degree views from Mount Gravatt to the city and Mount Coot-tha.” The view from the roof at 76 High St, Mount Gravatt.“We spend a lot of time up there,” Mrs Landini said.“It’s a great place to watch the sunset and it’s also great for Riverfire.”When they aren’t on the roof, the family are often out the back, by the pool. One of the home’s many living places.On the first floor is an open-plan kitchen, living and dining space, which opens out to an alfresco dining area.Also on this floor is a laundry and powder room, as well as a guest bedroom with ensuite. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Downstairs is open-plan living which flows outdoors.Now the rooftop terrace is one of the Landini’s favourite parts of the home. The bedroom is large and the outlook is gorgeous.“A downstairs bedroom with a separate ensuite meant we could cater for our parents and give them a private place if they come to say,” Mrs Landini said.“The powder room meant other guests could use the facilities without having to go through the guest suite.”Mrs Landini said she kept a list of local cafes and things to do in her pantry.“We’re within walking distance of local cafes and social hubs,” she said.“There are walking tracks through Mount Gravatt mountain, which is something fun to do with the kids.” The home for 76 High St, Mount Gravatt, is for sale.HIGH up on the roof of this Mount Gravatt home is a terrace that takes in sweeping vistas. The pool and backyard at 76 High St.When Natalie and Chris Landini were discussing plans for the 76 High St residence with their architect, they knew the block wouldn’t accommodate a large deck. So they built up. The open-plan living area.