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Does this Brighton beauty have it all?

Written by The ReReport
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Does this home tick every box?

This grand French Provincial pad in a prestige tree-lined pocket of Brighton has style, presence and entertainer appeal.

Plus, a long list of luxury inclusions sure to tick every box.

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The five-bedroom mansion at 9 Yuille St, Brighton, has a long list of luxury inclusions.

A pool and tennis court are just the beginning.

The five-bedroom abode at 9 Yuille St offers two levels of grand living and an impressive backyard with a pool and tennis court.

Some of its more extravagant inclusions are a home gym, Gold Class-style theatre room with tiered seating, a wine cellar, lift to service the three levels, and speakers throughout the home.

It also includes four televisions with Foxtel boxes and Apple TV units.

Even the garage is over the top, with space for eight cars, a storeroom, plant room to control the home and a purpose-built car handwash bay.

The complete package will set buyers back a pretty penny — the mansion has a $8.5-$9.35 million price guide.

The kitchen is an entertainer’s dream.

The property has a $8.5-$9.35 million price tag.

Designed by Schulberg Demkiw, the McKimm-built double-storey residence features plenty of considered spaces.

Take the rumpus, smartly positioned behind the family room so kids have their own space but are still within talking distance of parents. It also has two built-in desks and access to the back garden.

Other leisure areas include a formal dining room and lounge that adjoins a private terrace — the perfect setting for canapes and cocktails.

While the basement-level theatre room has tiered flooring, Dolby surround-sound, and an in-built projector and screen for a cinema-type experience.

The lower level even has a gym with full-length mirrored wall and rubber-tiled floor, and a wine cellar with wet bar.

Don’t want to take the stairs? Don’t worry, there’s a lift.

The north-facing rear features an expansive family room with a gas fireplace and an inviting dining space with a cosy window seat.

Multiple doors off this zone lead to an entertainer-friendly garden with floodlit tennis court, a solar-heated and self-cleaning pool, a paved alfresco and an integrated six-burner barbecue.

The kitchen is at the home’s heart and has lots of impressive features including a Gaggenau cooktop, Neff oven, two Miele dishwashers, an Aga cooker, as well as a substantial island bench and butler’s pantry with cool room.

Sweet dreams.

Each bedroom has its own ensuite.

The home is CBUS-wired and has zoned heating, cooling and sound systems.

Other standout features include a home office with bespoke shelving and desk, French-polished European Oak flooring and handmade wrought-ironwork.

A drying cupboard and overhead drying rack in the laundry, automated blinds to the rear, sound insulation, ducted vacuum and a lift to all floors will also make life easier.

The guest bedroom with dual-entry ensuite is downstairs, while upstairs you’ll find the main bedroom including a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite and access to a wraparound balcony, plus three kids’ bedrooms, each with a built-in desk, a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.

Like the main suite, one of these bedrooms also has balcony access.

Set on about 1568sq m, this property is close to Brighton Beach train station, Were St village, prestige schools and the beach.

— with Mikaela Day

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