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This Architect-Designed, Inner-City Haven Is Up For Sale!

On The Market

Having four levels to stretch out across, including a rooftop with a spa and city views, sounds mighty fine right now. Fortunately for one buyer, an Albert Park home fitting this exact description has just hit the market, and it’s got every luxury you could possibly dream of!

Take a video tour of this incredible space designed by Matyas Architecture – just be prepared for some serious house envy!

2nd May, 2020

Step inside your very own inner-city haven. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

This property is located in Albert Park, four kilometres south of Melbourne’s CBD. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko.

The house was designed by Matyas Architecture with interiors by Zunica, built by Fili Property . Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

Full-height pivot doors pivot open to a bluestone paved outdoor area off the living room. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

Natural materials including stone, timber and marble feature throughout. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

One of two bars in this property! This one has its own wine tasting area. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

Wool carpet and linen curtains are among the high quality additional features. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

Every bedroom on the first floor has its own en suite. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

Extensive built-in robes in the main bedroom. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

Amazing undisrupted city views from the property’s rooftop. Photo – directed + produced by  SIRAP, captured by Peter Marko. Styling – Create Expectation.

Amelia Barnes
Saturday 2nd May 2020

This sleek and contemporary Albert Park home is on another level – or, four to be precise. Spanning four storeys connected by an elevator, and culminating in a rooftop terrace, this is one seriously impressive property!

Designed by Matyas Architecture with interiors by Zunica, ‘Valor’ built by Fili Property maximises every inch of space on the inner-city block. And this newly-built five-bedroom, five-bathroom house comes with ALL the trimmings!

The lower ground floor alone is jam packed with luxe features including a gym, a home bar, and a cinema/gallery space. On the ground floor is the main hub of the home, framed by full-height pivot doors opening to a courtyard. Three bedrooms are then contained on the first floor, all with their own en suites, and one opening to a private balcony.

Also on the block is a separate studio above the double garage at the rear of the garden – ideal for hosting overnight guests.

The absolute cherry on top of this home is the incredible rooftop terrace encompassing another bar (!), wine storage, powder room, built-in spa, barbecue, and city views. The ultimate Melbourne luxury!

Check out the full listing for 50 Kerferd Road, Albert Park here. The home is being sold by Ross Savas at Kay & Burton via expressions of interest.

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