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The inspired result of a brilliant collaboration by Neil Clerehan and Guildford Bell in the 1960's and more recently refurbished by architect Russell Barrett, this captivating residence is set within equally beautiful Cameron Patterson designed native garden surrounds. Featured in the Design Files, numerous gardening magazines and opened to the public, this home is superbly positioned at the end of an exclusive cul de sac walking distance to Heyington station, Robert Menzies Park and elite schools.
Showcasing high timber-lined ceilings, vast expanses of glass, George Fethers timber joinery and terrazzo flooring, the inspired floor-plan is designed to provide picturesque garden outlooks from every living space. The inviting entrance hall introduces a fabulous retreat, an impressively proportioned living room, glorious dining area and an evocative gourmet kitchen boasting Gaggenau appliances, black stone benches and a butler's pantry. The living areas open to the stunning north-facing private gardens surrounding an expansive paved entertaining terrace. A tranquil double bedroom with chic en-suite and walk in robe, a second double bedroom with built in robe, stylish bathroom and a study are downstairs. On the level above there is the gorgeous main bedroom with dressing room and lavish en-suite, a 4th double bedroom with built in robe and en-suite and a north-facing covered balcony.
This irresistible and environmentally sustainable home also includes an alarm, video intercom, solar-panels, solar hot water, hydronic heating, laundry, water tanks, grey water irrigation, double glazing and garaging for 3 cars.
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    The inspired result of a brilliant collaboration by Neil Clerehan and Guildford Bell in the 1960's and more recently refurbished by architect Russell Barrett, this captivating residence is set within equally beautiful Cameron Patterson designed native garden surrounds. Featured in the Design Files, numerous gardening magazines and opened to the public, this home is superbly positioned at the end of an exclusive cul de sac walking distance to Heyington station, Robert Menzies Park and elite schools.
    Showcasing high timber-lined ceilings, vast expanses of glass, George Fethers timber joinery and terrazzo flooring, the inspired floor-plan is designed to provide picturesque garden outlooks from every living space. The inviting entrance hall introduces a fabulous retreat, an impressively proportioned living room, glorious dining area and an evocative gourmet kitchen boasting Gaggenau appliances, black stone benches and a butler's pantry. The living areas open to the stunning north-facing private gardens surrounding an expansive paved entertaining terrace. A tranquil double bedroom with chic en-suite and walk in robe, a second double bedroom with built in robe, stylish bathroom and a study are downstairs. On the level above there is the gorgeous main bedroom with dressing room and lavish en-suite, a 4th double bedroom with built in robe and en-suite and a north-facing covered balcony.
    This irresistible and environmentally sustainable home also includes an alarm, video intercom, solar-panels, solar hot water, hydronic heating, laundry, water tanks, grey water irrigation, double glazing and garaging for 3 cars. Due Diligence Checklist
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    Toorak
    Median House Price
    $5,070,556
    2 bedroom
    $1,900,000
    3 bedroom
    $3,622,500
    4 bedroom
    $6,258,000
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