This as new 4 level luxury residence is located in South Yarra, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The contemporary home features five bedrooms all with en-suites, a 5 car basement and a lift.
Property description by broker:
“Experience every luxury, comfort and convenience in this masterfully designed and flawlessly conceived architectural marvel by Sue Carr. Offering a unique take on luxury inner city living, this brand new contemporary residence dissolves the boundaries between style and functionality with a layout that boasts fluidity and immense space, in addition to state-of-the-art interiors and appointments that pay homage to modern Zen influences and classic design ideals.
Built to the highest specification, the home is set over four expansive levels and configured to take full advantage of its private South Yarra position and sunbathed Northerly aspect. Featuring bold floor-to-ceiling windows and towering 3.7 metre ceilings, the ground floor comprises a vast open plan living and dining area extending to generous Northern and Western terraces, grand library with designer timber shelving and large kitchen with Miele appliances.
A sweeping circular staircase leads up to an impressive full-floor rooftop retreat/ main bedroom complete with a skylit dressing room with wall-to-wall robes, polished en suite, private bar and extensive outdoor terrace; four further bedrooms with built-in robes and en suites, and separate media room/ second living domain. The basement houses a secure car park for five cars, walk-in cellar and multiple storage facilities.
Equipped with every conceivable amenity and technology, the home features a commercial-grade internal lift which services all four floors, laundry room, cloak room, two additional powder rooms, zoned heating and cooling, hydronic underfloor heating, C-Bus wiring, advanced security and garden irrigation system. Superlative finishes include Corian and Caesarstone benchtops, double-glazed glass and American Oak floors throughout.”
Photos courtesy of RT Edgar
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