En­vi­able glam­our abounds

The Courier-Mail - Property - - MARKETPLACE - Stephen Nadin

SEVEN chan­de­liers from Den­mark in­di­cate the level of lux­ury within this two-level res­i­dence in the Stu­ar­tholme Apart­ments at Bar­don.

With a floor­plan of 628sq m, there are 180-de­gree views.

The im­pres­sive ex­te­rior ar­chi­tec­ture is matched in­ter­nally by ex­quis­ite or­nate adorn­ments and Ver­sace fur­nish­ings.

Mar­ble tiling is fea­tured in one of the apart­ment’s first liv­ing space, a sit­ting room in a wel­com­ing al­cove.

To the left of this area is the for­mal din­ing room framed by baroque wall­pa­per, strik­ing col­umns, and a coved ceil­ing with a glis­ten­ing chan­de­lier.

Flow­ing on from this space is a lounge room high­lighted with a mag­nif­i­cent rug.

The lower level floor­plan flows to a cov­ered bal­cony tak­ing in the city and bay­side views and fea­tur­ing a gas fire­place, cus­tomised bar­be­cue, bar area, and a fully re­tractable elec­tronic um­brella shade.

Ad­ja­cent to the din­ing room is a kitchen in­clud­ing Miele and Gagge­nau ap­pli­ances, a dou­ble door fridge freezer and stor­age space in­clud­ing pull-out shelv­ing. Ad­ja­cent to the kitchen is an in­for­mal din­ing area.

A nearby me­dia room has cut­ting edge tech­nol­ogy in­clud­ing an Ap­ple tele­vi­sion, zoned stereo sys­tem which ex­tends to the out­side, elec­tronic theatre chairs, and a mini-bar.

Also on the lower level is a be­d­room with bal­cony ac­cess and a mar­ble tiled en­suite, and a pow­der room.

A red car­peted stair­case leads to the up­per level and fea­tures in­tri­cate balustrad­ing and a chan­de­lier.

The sec­ond level has three bed­rooms all with en­suites and two with bal­cony ac­cess.

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