A look inside the modern five storey house built on a small 195 m2 block

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This is how you use a space: In the VERY modern five-story home built on a small 195 m2 block – complete with stunning city views, a kitchen island that seats 20 and a dreamy country retreat

  • A five storey house on a small 195 square foot block has been described as ‘one of Melbourne’s finest homes’
  • The Melbourne property in St Kilda towers vertically to enjoy stunning views of the city skyline and greenery
  • Notable features include the 20-person marble kitchen island, six-car garage and lavish roof
  • Marshall White Bayside director Oliver Bruce said the listing price is between $ 6.7 million and $ 7.3 million

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A lavish five-story home has been described as ‘one of Melbourne’s finest homes’ thanks to its innovative design and clever use of space.

While the house stands on a small block of 195 m2, the building offers 620 m2 of spacious indoor and outdoor spaces and beautiful views of the skyline.

The groundbreaking architecture pays tribute to city life in the inner city and aims to shape the future of housing design in St Kilda.

Marshall White Bayside director Oliver Bruce told Daily Mail Australia that the price for 113 Wellington Street is between $ 6.7 and $ 7.3 million, making it one of the most expensive homes in the area.

While the St Kilda house (pictured) stands on a small 195 sqm block, the building towers vertically to enjoy the surrounding suburban greenery and city skyline seen in the distance

Marshall White Bayside director Oliver Bruce told Daily Mail Australia that the price for 113 Wellington Street is between $ 6.7 and $ 7.3 million - making it one of the most expensive homes in the area.

Marshall White Bayside director Oliver Bruce told Daily Mail Australia that the price for 113 Wellington Street is between $ 6.7 and $ 7.3 million – making it one of the most expensive homes in the area.

Guests are welcomed into the sleek kitchen space with a six-foot marble island dining bench that seats 20

The ultimate butler's pantry with sensor-controlled doors and a second dishwasher, two large pyrolytic Gaggenau ovens, an induction hob and Blum servo drive at the touch of a button waiting on the side

The vertical design is undoubtedly a striking layout that sets the property apart from others on the market. Guests are welcomed into the sleek kitchen space with a six-foot marble island dining bench that seats up to 20 people

The luxury home has stunning views of the Melbourne skyline

The luxury home has stunning views of the Melbourne skyline

Behind the glass gable facade, accompanied by a brick side wall of the previous apartment building, walnut floors, high-quality appliances, French Elitis wallpaper and a combination of natural and designer lighting await.

The unique vertical design is undoubtedly a striking layout that sets the property apart from others in the market.

Guests are welcomed into the sleek kitchen space with a six-foot marble island table that seats up to 20 people.

The ultimate butler’s pantry with sensor-controlled doors and a second dishwasher, two large pyrolytic Gaggenau ovens, an induction hob and Blum servo drive cabinets waiting on the side at the touch of a button.

Four master bedrooms are spread over two levels, along with three living areas, a top floor retreat and sophisticated ensuite bathrooms with quality finishes

Four master bedrooms are spread over two levels, along with three living areas, a top floor retreat and sophisticated ensuite bathrooms with quality finishes

The vertical design is undoubtedly a striking layout that sets the property apart from others on the market

Each bedroom is considered its own ‘studio apartment’ for family members to retreat to

The garage on the ground floor is large enough for six cars and also has a turntable

The garage on the ground floor is large enough for six cars and also has a turntable

Four master bedrooms are spread over two levels, along with three living areas, a top floor retreat and sophisticated ensuite bathrooms with premium finishes.

Other notable features include a fast eight-person lift, 105 m2 six-car garage with a turntable, a gym with its own entrance and stunning views.

The ‘more than conventional’ house also features a number of balconies, smart home technology, a lush roof full of greenery and solar energy.

The living areas, upstairs study and bedrooms would be ideal places to retreat and relax

The living areas, upstairs study and bedrooms would be ideal places to retreat and relax

Bathrooms on all levels are modern with marble and glass finishes

Bathrooms on all levels are modern with marble and glass finishes

There is also a gym on the bottom floor next to the garage

The home's current owners teamed up with Matt Gibson Architecture + Design to create the amazing multi-purpose home

The home’s current owners teamed up with Matt Gibson Architecture + Design to create the amazing multi-purpose home

The property is currently on the market and expressions of interest will close at 5pm on Thursday, May 27

The property is currently on the market and expressions of interest will close at 5pm on Thursday, May 27

The home’s current owners teamed up with Matt Gibson Architecture + Design to create the amazing multi-purpose home.

In a promotional marketing video, Mr. Gibson said the three-story central void welcomes natural sunlight and heat that can be controlled with a motorized blind.

“In a way, a vertical living environment is much more functional than a regular house spread over one floor,” he said.

The property is currently on the market and expressions of interest will close at 5pm on Thursday, May 27.

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