Strik­ing grandeur

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - Front Page - words Ben Hyde pho­tog­ra­phy David Cronin

OPULANCE and el­e­gance is show­cased at its best in this ex­pan­sive and stately prop­erty nes­tled in a premier lo­ca­tion. The grand home, fea­tur­ing 12 main rooms, cov­ers 770sq m of the gi­ant corner al­lot­ment, but there is still plenty of room for stun­ning park-like gar­dens and a pool on the 1894sq m block.

Agent Michele Alexan­drou says the prop­erty is one of a kind.

‘‘This clas­si­cal con­tem­po­rary lux­u­ri­ous home, all on one level, of­fers you the chance to en­joy your life with your fam­ily and friends,’’ she says.

Grandeur strikes as soon as you en­ter the home in the form of an im­pos­ing en­trance hall with mar­ble tiles, high ceil­ings, huge pic­ture win­dows and an atrium with wa­ter fea­ture in the back­ground.

The home fea­tures six bed­rooms, in­clud­ing one as part of a self-con­tained at­tached apart­ment or granny flat, which would be per­fect for a teenage re­treat.

The gen­er­ous main bed­room has a Ver­sace-style dress­ing room suit­able for t he bi ggest of wardrobes, a wellap­pointed en suite and a view out­side to the prop­erty’s beau­ti­ful gar­dens.

Ms Alexan­drou says a wealth of liv­ing ar­eas, in­clud­ing ca­sual and for­mal din­ing rooms, a liv­ing room with a bar and an en­ter­tain­ment room, pro­vide plenty of po­ten­tial to en­ter­tain guests.

‘‘Own­ers could, per­haps, host a home the­atre night us­ing the won­der­ful ca­sual or for­mal indoor ar­eas, or the out­door en­ter­tain­ing pa­tio,’’ she says.

An­other stun­ning as­pect of the home is the stun­ning views from ev­ery room.

‘‘The vast ex­panses of glass through­out al­lows you to en­joy the views to the gor­geous atrium with wa­ter fea­ture or the pool,’’ Ms Alexan­drou says. The prop­erty wraps seam­lessly around the

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