3 Collington Avenue,
Classic Prestige, 1st Class LocationFind some of Melbourne's greatest prestige design names at home in one of Brighton's most prestigious cul-de-sac locations. An elite family residence designed by Nicholas Day in gardens by Paul Bangay and Chelsea Award-winner Mark Browning, this imposing five bedroom, three bathroom home enjoys one of Church St Hill's most highly-sought virtual cul-de-sac locations.
Designed to maximise northern light with side-by-side formal and family zones facing north to the garden plus a third living zone in a state-of-the-art al fresco room with BBQ kitchen, the home is a showcase of this leading architect's classic style with soaring skylight lightwells, a sweeping wrought-iron stair and a curvaceous dining-bay beside a timeless Miele kitchen.
Offering a grand family plan with a ground-floor master domain (comprising massive bedroom, fitted dressing-room and luxe spa-ensuite) and a dedicated first-floor children's level, the home is detailed to a level of rare excellence with a mirrored gym (including sauna and shower-room), lofty 3m ceilings, marble, granite and travertine ...even classical mosaics salvaged from one of Brighton's lost Victorian mansions.
With a gorgeous gas-log fireplace, in-floor ground-floor heating and a ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning system, the home is secured by alarm and intercom entry and auto-gated triple garaging and optioned up with ducted vacuum, sound-wiring, fitted robes and vanity areas and full garden reticulation.
Just 450m from the retail strip and station, a walk to all the schools and a jog to the bathing boxes of famous Dendy St beach, this is classic prestige in a first-class cul-de-sac location. For more information about this substantial Nicholas Day home contact Scott Hamilton or Brydie Hamilton.