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As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-12-05 10:19:00

Soak up the city in secret.

This swanky inner-city pad was once part of the Deutscher Fine Art Gallery, and it’s now a work-of-art home.

“It’s really like a sculpture,” Kay & Burton’s Monique Depierre said of 7 Elm Tree Place, Carlton.

“But at the same time, it’s been made into this beautifully flowing home with natural light and generous spaces.”

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A tranquil place to ponder.

Walls of windows will do wonders for indoor plants.

Hello there.

The three-storey residence has hit the market with a $2.5-$2.75 million price guide, with Ms Depierre seeking expressions of interest from buyers until December 16.

She said the home was originally subdivided off a Victorian house and designed by acclaimed architect Nonda Katsalidis in 1986.

It then became part of the gallery, and Eastop Architects have since created the abode that stands today.

Ms Depierre said it had “literally only just been finished” to feature a fully reimagined interior with new electrical wiring, plumbing, heating and cooling.

Very stylish.

It’s characterised by expanses of marble, designer light fittings, fluted glass and steel windows.

Two bedrooms with black marble ensuites, a refined study and a garage make up the bottom two floors.

The top level features living and dining rooms that “float on a marble podium”, another sitting room, a Miele and marble kitchen and a leafy terrace with a built-in Beefeater barbecue.

Space to dine and entertain.

High-end finishes.

An unassuming facade.

Ms Depierre said the property had attracted a mixed bag of prospective buyers, including upsizers, downsizers, business people, young professionals, and also families, being zoned for Parkville’s in-demand University High School.

It was also drawing interest from interstate (from Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales) and overseas (from London and Hong Kong).

The home is zoned for mixed used, meaning the buyer could use it as a work space.

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