A three-storey house with a rooftop glass-domed room, pool, spa and entertaining area with views across Keilor is set to make a splash.
Ray White Ascot Vale principal Adam Hicks said that he and his stepfather sold the 2007-built “modern architectural marvel” at 28 Watson Rise to the owners, who have “completely reformed and revamped the whole property”.
“Even to rebuild now for what the owners have put into it would cost about $3m, it would be very hard to replicate,” Mr Hicks said.
He said that a glass lift imported from Italy was due to be installed in September or October.
The owners have also installed a pool on the roof, an indoor glass staircase and downstairs entertaining area showcasing a built-in bar.
A “light-filled” architect designed glass atrium adds a further highlight to the glamorous house.
A rumpus room, games room and home office provide for work rest and play.
Walk up a spiral staircase to bedrooms “running alongside an atrium style void”, a living space with built-in bar, granite benches and Smeg appliances in the kitchen and a dining room opening through French doors to a balcony.
Epoxy concrete flooring adds modern flair throughout.
The penthouse-style main bedroom comprises a walk-in wardrobe, dressing room, balcony and ensuite with a spa.
An outdoor kitchen adds appeal when entertaining.
Two four-car garages, including one with a hydraulic system, also feature.
The home is for sale via expressions of interest with a $4.55m-$5m asking range.
Mr Hicks is selling the house in conjunction with Ray White Glenroy’s Bic Nguyen, with inspections are by appointment only.
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