A residence of architectural significance originally designed in the late 1950s by the Polish-born architect, Kurt Elsner with more recent renovations and extensions preserving and enhancing its architectural integrity, designed by the renowned architect Nick Karalis, Woods Bagot with interiors by Hecker Guthrie, Resulting in a brilliant combination of space and light dominating this timeless multi-level family residence, with an expansive floor plan and gallery-like levels featuring leafy garden vistas through full-height glass walls and doors. The lower levels comprise tiled entry, laundry, sleek family bathroom leading to a large family retreat and two fitted bedrooms opening to a partially covered deck surrounding a solar heated infinity pool. Whilst the upper levels feature dark stained timber floors with a foyer opening to a sunny terrace and Studley Park views, guest and main bedrooms, WIR, ensuite and powder room. Complemented by generous living and dining areas with a state-of-the-art Euro/CaesarStone kitchen (WIP) all flowing to expansive terrace overlooking the pool -delivering wonderful indoor/outdoor living and entertaining areas. Features include video/intercom, central heating & cooling+R/C air-conditioners, concealed built-in barbeque, remote gate, carport plus off-street parking.
This distinctive home is enviably located in the Studley Park precinct, minutes from Yarra Boulevard parklands, Kew Junction, transport and many leading schools. Land size: 1105sqm approx.
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