Inside the incredible luxury home like a ‘Whitsundays Resort’ whose owners have converted their neighbors property into a massive GARAGE to park their super cars – and it ain’t cheap
- Luxury resort-style home with another seven-car home
- Five bedroom home located in the exclusive Melbourne suburb of Brighton East
- Spacious family home with heated pool, gym, cinema room and spacious kitchen
An extravagant luxury home described as a ‘Whitsundays Resort’ has hit the market, with an entire extra home converted into a seven-car garage.
The luxurious five-bedroom townhouse on Creswick Street in Brighton East, inner-city Melbourne, has a price guide of $6.85 to $7.35 million.
The seven-car garage is lavishly fitted with Tasmanian oak floorboards, a turntable and a glass wall through which guests can admire the luxury vehicles from the rear garden.
The luxurious five-bedroom townhouse on Creswick Street in Brighton East, inner-city Melbourne, has a price guide of $6.85 to $7.35 million
The sleek seven-car garage features Tasmanian oak floors, a turntable and glass walls glazen
The unusual addition to the house was built in 2009, after the previous owners bought and bulldozed the adjacent property at 14 Churchill Court.
Initially the space was occupied by the children of the current owners, but after they moved it was converted into a luxury showroom and garage.
A self-contained unit with a bedroom, living area and kitchen has been installed in the space, as well as a metal frame for future vertical extensions.
Pushing new boundaries in elegance, poise and luxury, his spectacular home is a striking showpiece, with the unique advantage of double street facades and superb golf course views.
The seemingly inconspicuous exterior facade of the luxurious Melbourne complex stands in stark contrast to the unique features found inside
The beautiful kitchen features stone countertops, chandeliers, a butler’s pantry and Wolf appliances of the highest caliber
Buxton agent Todd Dixon said a price guide sale of $6.85 million to $7.35 million would “break” the suburban record of $6.3 million.
“It’s one consolidated block, which was two separate titles, but is now just one,” Dixon said real estate.com.
“But they renovated the Churchill (court) house and turned it into a big garage.”
The luxury complex gives the feel of a private villa with a granite paved courtyard, sun bed and covered pergola.
The dream home is decked out in French oak herringbone floors, with a gas fireplace in the formal lounge and a great teen retreat.
The resort style property has five bedrooms and five bathrooms, the en-suite with stunning views of Brighton Golf Course
The house offers several comfortable living areas as well as a gym, heated pool, large teen retreat and soundproofed music or cinema room
Potential owners can entertain their guests in the spacious outdoor entertainment areas, which include a 10m x 5m heated swimming pool and BBQ area.
The Hamptons-style property also has five bedrooms, a lavish kitchen and butlers pantry, a gym, and a soundproofed cinema or music room.
“It’s a big room… you could play the drums or the electric guitar without disturbing anyone,” Mr. Dixon said.
The 1,343 sq. ft. property offers stunning views of Brighton Golf Course and is a short walk from St Leonards and Haileybury Colleges.
The street also provides access to a bus route to Brighton Beach station and is just minutes from the trendy cafe culture of Hampton and Church Street.