Urban Luxury with Rooftop Panorama

Fronting Albert Park Lake and surrounding gardens just metres from Middle Park Village, this north-facing residence delivers an exceptional opportunity to live, relax, work and unwind amongst architectural brilliance. Owning an illustrious history, the home’s 1914 origins as the ‘Moran & Cato Cash Grocer’ set the tone for the contemporary conversion of today, complete with spectacular family accommodation and a rooftop terrace, taking in Middle Park’s best urban panorama, with front-row park-to-city views.

Beyond a secure and hidden entrance from Canterbury Road, extraordinary space and light unfold, with mixed commercial and residential zoning. The ground floor features versatile spaces, including a self-contained bed-sit with a modern kitchen and bathroom, while the main living/dining room on the upper level is flooded with natural light. Integrated bench seating allows for family connectivity, whilst the stone bench kitchen captures flawless views over the park and features a premium Falcon stove and dishwasher, easily catering to every event.

Unexpected space continues to four well-equipped bedrooms, including the top-floor main retreat with private ensuite and separate living area. Entertain year-round and enjoy front-row seats to the F1 across the street from the roof terrace, where the city lights create a memorable backdrop to family BBQs. Located within the Middle Park Primary and Albert Park College zones a short walk from the beach, it is complete with intercom access, 3.5m high ceilings, bespoke storage solutions, an attic, split system cooling, R/C heating/cooling and hydronic heating, solid hardwood floors and an alarm system.

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Between the city of Melbourne and the expansive waters of Port Phillip Bay, Middle Park is a prestigious suburb known for its well-preserved Victorian and Edwardian architecture.

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