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Defined by simple characteristics and exclusive elements, The Sub-Penthouse is a result of an established collaboration between Cera Stribley Architecture and Interior Design, Jack Merlo Gardens and Healey & Co Projects. The nuanced details show the intention that has gone into shaping these six homes, moulding them towards a new-luxury that celebrates simple geometry, clean lines, texture and materiality. Referencing both the verdant atmosphere and classical architecture of Toorak.

Living areas are a curation of dark timber floors, ashy joinery, feature fireplaces and natural stone shot through with silvery veins. Decadent textures catch and filter natural light which pours in through operable glazing between interior and large private courtyard. Bedrooms are sanctuaries where a sense of calmness has been coaxed through soft, neutral tones and a preference for tactile materials such as gauzy curtains and deep pile carpets. The home has three generous bedrooms separated to address privacy and decorum, allowing guests to rest in their own space before coming together in the central living areas. Bathrooms are a curation of striking natural stone, and an emphasis on light and space creates a sophisticated and uncomplicated spa-like quality.

Continuing the aesthetic simplicity established in the bedrooms, kitchens are large open-plan spaces with integrated joinery, butlers pantries, quality appliances and ample island benches which delineate between the industrious side of the kitchen and an immediate connection to the dining & outdoor area.
Office spaces have been seamlessly incorporated into each home to address flexible living patterns and allow for a dedicated space which functions as a more formal zone within the home. Thoughtfully resolved joinery, integrated technology points, natural light and simplified, symmetrical design has crafted spaces which promote productivity and privacy.

Designed by Jack Merlo Design, outdoor spaces provide an extension to interior living spaces for entertaining or simply immersing in sunlight and fresh air. Façade planters with cascading foliage soften the built form and harmoniously integrate the project into the leafy streetscape.

From Armadale's High Street to Toorak Road and Hawksburn Village, 10 Devorgilla Avenue is perfectly situated at the apex of an exclusive retail mecca. Representing a stable of local and international fashion, furniture and homeware designers, Toorak lies at the heart of Melbourne's seminal retail destinations.
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Director, Auctioneer
Marcus Chiminello
Sales Executive, Auctioneer
Jack Nicol
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    An Enviable Lifestyle Awaits
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    Defined by simple characteristics and exclusive elements, The Sub-Penthouse is a result of an established collaboration between Cera Stribley Architecture and Interior Design, Jack Merlo Gardens and Healey & Co Projects. The nuanced details show the intention that has gone into shaping these six homes, moulding them towards a new-luxury that celebrates simple geometry, clean lines, texture and materiality. Referencing both the verdant atmosphere and classical architecture of Toorak.

    Living areas are a curation of dark timber floors, ashy joinery, feature fireplaces and natural stone shot through with silvery veins. Decadent textures catch and filter natural light which pours in through operable glazing between interior and large private courtyard. Bedrooms are sanctuaries where a sense of calmness has been coaxed through soft, neutral tones and a preference for tactile materials such as gauzy curtains and deep pile carpets. The home has three generous bedrooms separated to address privacy and decorum, allowing guests to rest in their own space before coming together in the central living areas. Bathrooms are a curation of striking natural stone, and an emphasis on light and space creates a sophisticated and uncomplicated spa-like quality.

    Continuing the aesthetic simplicity established in the bedrooms, kitchens are large open-plan spaces with integrated joinery, butlers pantries, quality appliances and ample island benches which delineate between the industrious side of the kitchen and an immediate connection to the dining & outdoor area.
    Office spaces have been seamlessly incorporated into each home to address flexible living patterns and allow for a dedicated space which functions as a more formal zone within the home. Thoughtfully resolved joinery, integrated technology points, natural light and simplified, symmetrical design has crafted spaces which promote productivity and privacy.

    Designed by Jack Merlo Design, outdoor spaces provide an extension to interior living spaces for entertaining or simply immersing in sunlight and fresh air. Façade planters with cascading foliage soften the built form and harmoniously integrate the project into the leafy streetscape.

    From Armadale's High Street to Toorak Road and Hawksburn Village, 10 Devorgilla Avenue is perfectly situated at the apex of an exclusive retail mecca. Representing a stable of local and international fashion, furniture and homeware designers, Toorak lies at the heart of Melbourne's seminal retail destinations. Due Diligence Checklist
    An Enviable Lifestyle Awaits
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    Toorak
    Median residential price
    $1,568,000
    2 bedroom
    $800,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,185,000
    4 bedroom
    $5,250,000
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    2 bedroom
    $720,500
    3 bedroom
    $1,900,000
    4 bedroom
    $2,907,500
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