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Set back from Malvern Road on the corner of Mathoura Road, creating a quiet haven close to the bustle of Hawksburn Village, Maloura is a masterfully designed response to Melbourne's most coveted suburb. Bruce Henderson Architects has designed a luxurious and expansive home defined by sculptural forms and fine details.
"Driven by a desire to unify the exterior and interior, we conceived a refined and pared back aesthetic that balances raw, earthy tones, sculptural forms, and exquisite details"- Graham Morrison - Architect, BHA.
The expansive windows of Maloura No. 4 allows light to spill across each beautifully appointed room. Captivating views of the city and over the Toorak valley are ensured. A generous terrace connects to the kitchen, dining and living areas, allowing residents to open the entire space when entertaining in the warmer months. Bedrooms provide the ultimate retreat, marrying pressed linen glass, soft lighting, plush carpets and joinery that continues the home's elegant design language. Damatsas stone is the hero material of Maloura 2.01, from the bathroom, with its luxury spa-like character, to the stunning kitchen benchtop. Maloura is positioned at the gateway to Hawksburn, the city's most high-end village, affording residents spectacular views of the city and this blue-chip neighbourhood.
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Jack Nicol
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    Sculpted Retreat with Sweeping Views
    Sculpted Retreat with Sweeping Views
    Set back from Malvern Road on the corner of Mathoura Road, creating a quiet haven close to the bustle of Hawksburn Village, Maloura is a masterfully designed response to Melbourne's most coveted suburb. Bruce Henderson Architects has designed a luxurious and expansive home defined by sculptural forms and fine details.
    "Driven by a desire to unify the exterior and interior, we conceived a refined and pared back aesthetic that balances raw, earthy tones, sculptural forms, and exquisite details"- Graham Morrison - Architect, BHA.
    The expansive windows of Maloura No. 4 allows light to spill across each beautifully appointed room. Captivating views of the city and over the Toorak valley are ensured. A generous terrace connects to the kitchen, dining and living areas, allowing residents to open the entire space when entertaining in the warmer months. Bedrooms provide the ultimate retreat, marrying pressed linen glass, soft lighting, plush carpets and joinery that continues the home's elegant design language. Damatsas stone is the hero material of Maloura 2.01, from the bathroom, with its luxury spa-like character, to the stunning kitchen benchtop. Maloura is positioned at the gateway to Hawksburn, the city's most high-end village, affording residents spectacular views of the city and this blue-chip neighbourhood. Due Diligence Checklist
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    Toorak
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    $1,715,000
    2 bedroom
    $830,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,185,000
    4 bedroom
    $5,580,000
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