An award-winning contemporary home in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, is set to sell at auction next week for a guide price of $6.3 million to $6.93 million ($4.24 million to $4.67 million).
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom residence is located in Balwyn North, an affluent Australian suburb approximately 10 miles east of Melbourne. The cantilever modernist homes stand out among other homes in the area (most of which, according to marketing materials, are French country mansions) and are located in nearby Kinglake National Park, Westfield Doncaster, It offers a retractable glass-framed wall with far-reaching views of the Dandenong Ranges National Park. .
According to Ray White Balwyn’s agent Helen Yang listing, “Soaring ceilings, massive banks of full-height double glazing and large imported floor tiles provide a gallery-style backdrop for four spectacular living zones. doing”.
Adam Bulic, director of construction firm Bluestar Living, said the team “didn’t cut corners” in getting the house built for his family.
“I have a passion for luxury homes and put my heart and soul into these projects. This home took four years from planning with the architect to completion of the building,” he said. said in a statement. “Being artistic and elegant within the regulations is actually a difficult thing to do. But we made the whole house work so well. [live] Then take a breath. “
The mansion has a semi-open floor plan on the ground floor, according to the floor plan, with a formal lounge, a living room and dining area that opens onto a balcony with an outdoor kitchen, and space for al fresco dining.
The black marble kitchen is centrally located on the floor and features Miele appliances including an induction hob, oven, integrated refrigerator/freezer and butler’s pantry. The space earned him three design awards in 2017, which is on the list.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms, the Rumpus Room (aka Playroom) and the Primary Bedroom Suite, complete with a Gucci shop inspired dressing room. There is another bedroom on the main level and an apartment on the lower level that doubles as an executive office.
Other amenities on the bottom floor include a theater and a covered patio with a second outdoor kitchen and wine cellar. “This entire floor also serves as a separate apartment for a large family,” the listing states.
An outdoor balcony overlooks the self-cleaning solar and gas heated pool and spa, built-in trampoline, and multi-purpose sports area. There is also his 6-car garage with space for a gym.
Bulic acquired the property for A$1.42 million in 2014, according to PropTrack records.
The deadline for expressions of interest is September 16th.