House for sale
1B Victoria Avenue,
5 5 4
A flair for opulence on Canterbury’s best tree-lined avenueExtravagantly crafted with an opulent flair for space and luxury, yet not disregarding day-to-day practicalities, this astounding French Provincial styled, five-bedroom residence creates an impressive introduction to one of Melbourne’s most affluent tree-lined avenues. A peaceful setting under the canopy of towering Plane trees, this prestigious position affords an enviable family lifestyle, amid our city’s very best schools, and just a leisurely stroll to Canterbury Gardens, the quaint Maling Road shopping village, and Canterbury Station.
A stately façade of intricate wrought-iron work and custom mouldings is countered by tranquil landscaped gardens, echoing the essence of its verdant and prosperous locale. Internally, a lavish display of Spotted gum is elaborately inlaid with artisan parquetry, enriching regal features of ornamental cornices, ceiling rosettes and crystal chandeliers.
A bountiful selection of private living spaces meander through the sprawling 71-square floorplan, indulging private enjoyment in a formal lounge, private home theatre or games room, cellar with wet bar, kids’ rumpus, and family retreat. The main open plan zone displays elegant and extravagant space, warmed by a cosy gas fireplace decadently encased in marble, and spilling into a peaceful alfresco dining space overlooking landscaped gardens and soothing water feature. A brilliant Miele kitchen and butler’s pantry integrates fridge and freezer in an opulent and spacious two-pack design highlighted with Calacatta marble, providing induction and gas cooking amid the full-appointment of high-end appliances.
In five-star luxury, five bedrooms are lavishly-proportioned for rest, retreat and study, each with private ensuites and extensive fitted robing. Complete with remote four-car basement garage, and today’s leading amenities, including ducted heating and cooling, remote vehicular gate, and video intercom access.
Last updated: 01:34PM on Nov 24th 2017