Illuminated by hundreds of spotlights, this dazzling creation of marble, porcelain, stone and glass is up for grabs in Greenvale.
An owner-builder’s pride and joy, the five-bedroom house at 8 Hawkestowe Cres comes with a $1.38-$1.518 million price tag.
Soaring over three luxurious levels, the whopping 929sq m floorplan includes multiple living areas, a hotel-style foyer, three bathrooms and a six-car garage.
Hamilton Blake Norris Real Estate’s Vic Bull said the property had attracted strong interest because of its size, quality build and views towards the reservoir, the city skyline and mountain ranges.
“The views will never be built out,” he said.
“They are simply stunning.”
The modern house is perched high on an elevated 770sq m block in an exclusive pocket of the Greenvale Lakes Estate.
It makes an eye-catching statement with its striking roofline, curved rendered walls, angled pole-like columns and huge windows.
A staircase reaches the grand entrance and opens to a spectacular interior where marble slabs, porcelain floors and stacked stone feature walls gleam under spotlights set in high plaster and timber ceilings.
Sparkling globe pendant lights illuminate voids while an extensive use of glass floods the home with natural light while capturing the stunning views.
The house is an entertainer’s paradise where the floorplan creates a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living areas.
There is a lounge room, upstairs rumpus or theatre room, and a huge living and dining zone that merges with a designer kitchen.
A feature is the marble staircase that flows up to the top level where a mezzanine-style boardwalk links a retreat, main bathroom and the bedrooms.
The main bedroom would not look out of place in a five-star hotel with its private balcony, walk-in wardrobe, and indulgent fully tiled ensuite with a double shower fit for a king and queen.
The resort-style outdoor entertainment and recreation area showcases an impressive inground pool and spa.
Terraces plus a full-width deck provide space for sunbathing, dining and relaxing with family and friends.
All the creature comforts make for an enviable lifestyle, including ducted heating, evaporative cooling, split-system airconditioning, alarm, spa baths and a garage with remote-control entry.
The substantial backyard comes with fruit trees and a 2000L water tank.
Mr Bull said the owner who had lived at the property for about six years was downsizing.
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