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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 No. 3 is a magnificent Toorak home characterised by bold, sculptural forms and finely nuanced details. Responding to Melbourne's most coveted suburb, Bruce Henderson Architects has designed a timeless, elegant and opulent residence.
"Maloura is defined by strong linearity, with windows punctuating the framed elements. An artistic arrangement of geometric forms is complemented by cascading greenery, reflecting the leafy splendour of Toorak."- Graham Morrison - Architect.
The expansive master bedroom, walk-in robe and ensuite are positioned in a separate wing. Expansive windows on both sides of the home allows natural light into every room of the residence. A generous terrace connects to both the dining and living areas, allowing residents to open the entire space when entertaining in the warmer months. The bedrooms feature pressed linen glass, soft lighting, plush carpets alongside custom joinery with chocolatey timber hues that contrast against beautiful bronze accents. Walls of full-height glass draw in optimum sunlight whilst exquisitely framing extensive outdoor spaces sculpted by Jack Merlo Gardens. Damastas stone is the hero material throughout, from the bathroom, with its luxury spa-like character, to the stunning kitchen which is equally adorned with Gaggenau appliances and an open-glass wine fridge. On the doorstep of Hawksburn village, there is no shortage of fine dining, retail therapy, transportation options, lavish gardens and decadent cafes.
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    Luxuriously Designed
    Luxuriously Designed "Maloura" Residence on Hawksburn Village
    Set back from Malvern Road on the corner of Mathoura Road, creating a quiet haven close to the bustle of Hawksburn Village, Maloura No. 3 is a magnificent Toorak home characterised by bold, sculptural forms and finely nuanced details. Responding to Melbourne's most coveted suburb, Bruce Henderson Architects has designed a timeless, elegant and opulent residence.
    "Maloura is defined by strong linearity, with windows punctuating the framed elements. An artistic arrangement of geometric forms is complemented by cascading greenery, reflecting the leafy splendour of Toorak."- Graham Morrison - Architect.
    The expansive master bedroom, walk-in robe and ensuite are positioned in a separate wing. Expansive windows on both sides of the home allows natural light into every room of the residence. A generous terrace connects to both the dining and living areas, allowing residents to open the entire space when entertaining in the warmer months. The bedrooms feature pressed linen glass, soft lighting, plush carpets alongside custom joinery with chocolatey timber hues that contrast against beautiful bronze accents. Walls of full-height glass draw in optimum sunlight whilst exquisitely framing extensive outdoor spaces sculpted by Jack Merlo Gardens. Damastas stone is the hero material throughout, from the bathroom, with its luxury spa-like character, to the stunning kitchen which is equally adorned with Gaggenau appliances and an open-glass wine fridge. On the doorstep of Hawksburn village, there is no shortage of fine dining, retail therapy, transportation options, lavish gardens and decadent cafes. Due Diligence Checklist
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    Toorak
    Median residential price
    $1,584,000
    2 bedroom
    $803,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,185,000
    4 bedroom
    $5,305,000
    Similar suburb median prices
    2 bedroom
    $720,000
    3 bedroom
    $1,888,000
    4 bedroom
    $2,907,500
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