This modern Toorak manor offers an insight into how the other half live: from the entrance hall with a grand piano, to the master bedroom suite, which is larger than a small family home, and the AAA-address, offering some of Melbourne's wealthiest identities as neighbours.
No. 35 Stonnington Place, an oversized, three-storey mansion seemingly fitted with the best of everything, is one of the city's most expensive new listings, carrying price hopes of more than $7 million.
On a 905-square-metre block, with a pool and several landscaped garden zones, the four-bedroom home offers large formal and informal living areas, a study, gym, temperature controlled cellar, workshop and four-car basement garaging.
A reading room on the top level, with a balcony, offers aspect views over the blue ribbon suburb to the CBD about five kilometres away. The home, with two large alfresco areas, also offers a high tech sound system, for outdoor entertaining, and a sophisticated security setup.
Kay & Burton's Michael Gibson and Michael Armstrong are closing an expressions-of-interest campaign for 35 Stonnington Place on September 6.
The story You Wish: Toorak mansion fitted with the best of everything first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.