Published: 31 Oct 2016, 14:51:41
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This Melbourne-based penthouse is a world leader in design and luxury
Melbourne’s prestige property continues to experience unprecedented demand. Leading Australian property group, Mirvac, recently unveiled the latest addition to Melbourne’s prestige real estate market – The Grand Pavilion in the multi-million-dollar luxury residential development, The Eastbourne.
Poised majestically atop The Eastbourne residential building, where $300 million worth of apartments sold in just three days, the four-bedroom Grand Pavilion penthouse has been designed by Mirvac and Bates Smart Architects to echo the calibre of residences fronting Central Park, New York and Hyde Park, London.
“The Eastbourne Grand Pavilion Penthouse is the result of a studied global design process, whereby our teams scoured the world to marry the best in international luxury with this world-class location,” said Jeffery Copolov, Director of Bates Smart.”
Like many grand homes, The Grand Pavilion Penthouse is compartmentalized into a series of wings for adults, entertaining, guests and children.
What stands out is its grandeur, communicated via high ceilings and generous living spaces as well as sculptural, embellished materials and custom finishes.
Most spectacular is an outdoor entertaining zone comprising pool bar, two wine fridges and elevated seating area overlooking an 11 meter (36 linear feet) clear sided pool including spa, complemented by park and city skyline vistas.
Indoors, two stone-clad fireplaces adorn a large living area that links to a chef-style kitchen via two grand fluted glass and metal doors.
A 36m gallery-styled corridor provides an axis through the home to seamlessly link the interior and exterior living spaces, and to highlight the extensive park frontage.
Copolov says the best materials have been sourced internationally to adorn the space and add drama. This includes Italian marble in the kitchen, German fluted glass wardrobe doors and the use of wide format, solid timber floorboards.
“The resulting design seamlessly integrates The Grand Pavilion Penthouse into Fitzroy Gardens, creating a sanctuary on the doorstep of the city.
“The views cast across Melbourne in all directions, so it feels like a pavilion floating in the park.
“There will be no home like this in Melbourne, offering such a vantage over Fitzroy Gardens coupled with world leading detail and refined luxury design. It is a seamless and harmonious residence intended to evoke an emotional response and offer its residents and guests a real retreat from the world.”
The Grand Pavilion Penthouse will be sold via private tender – interested parties should submit a confidential offer for consideration by 11 November 2016.
Register at www.thegrandpavilion.mirvac.com