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As seen in the Source link, written by realestate.com.au on 2019-10-10 10:34:00

15 Palm Ave, Caulfield North features striking double-height ceilings.

Double-height ceilings add serious wow factor to the main living and dining space at this one-of-a-kind Caulfield North home.

Rammed-earth walls, expanses of glass, and concrete floors further ensured the warehouse-style beauty was a “rare type of home full stop, but definitely for the area”, Gary Peer & Associates director Jeremy Rosens said.

“We’ve coined it the celebration of architecture,” he said.

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The vendor has described 15 Palm Ave as her “little piece of countryside” in the city.

The property is asking $3.1-$3.4 million.

The three-bedroom house at 15 Palm Ave is due to be auctioned on October 27 with a $3.1-$3.4 million price guide.

The environmentally-friendly abode was created by Grodksi Architects and LBA Construction on behalf of vendors Jason and Alli about 13 years ago, but remained contemporary today.

Alli described her home as “a little piece of countryside in the middle of town”.

The Jack Merlo-designed grounds feature a pool and spa.

The stainless-steel kitchen.

“It’s got every convenience you could want — the pool in the summer and the toasty fireplace in the winter,” she said.

Other highlights include the stainless-steel kitchen, a media room with a projector, and a top-floor parents’ retreat with a large bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and study.

In addition to the pool, the Jack Merlo-designed grounds feature a spa and landscaped gardens.

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One of the home’s three bedrooms.

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