Meticulously restored and sympathetically modernised, this c1966 residence designed by Robin Boyd is as contemporary, functional and beautiful as when it was built. Commanding spectacular views from its premium Studley Park address, its versatile dimensions deliver a sensational family lifestyle near leading schools, Kew Junction, trams and Studley Park.
Featured in Robin Boyd's "Living in Australia", its modernist design is marked by extensive use of timber and glass, and wonderful private leafy garden outlooks. Set back from the street, the entrance hall introduces a stunning living room with extra high ceilings, clerestory windows and an open fireplace. The light-filled dining room with a west-facing balcony offers picturesque views to Mt Macedon, and is served by a fabulous kitchen with breakfast nook, Smeg / Miele appliances and stainless steel benches. A central polished Oregon staircase leads down to the generous main bedroom with original cabinetry, walk in robe and mosaic tiled en-suite and two additional fitted bedrooms. The lower level comprises a self-contained apartment with kitchenette, bathroom and its own separate entrance. The landscaped private garden includes the original pond and stonework designed by Ellis Stones.
An architectural landmark, it also includes recessed lighting and original features throughout, hydronic heating, air-conditioning, powder-room, laundry, grey water system, irrigation, storage and double garage.
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