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new portsea mansion is perfect escape from melbourne

Written by The ReReport

28 Wildcoast Rd, Portsea was only recently completed.

THIS new Portsea landmark was recently completed in mid-century style, but it’s contemporary to the core.
Kay & Burton Portsea director Liz Jensen labelled the two-storey pad at 28 Wildcoast Rd “high-spec’d beyond anything I’ve seen before” and “a perfect escape from Melbourne”.

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The striking home has a $6.2-$6.4 million price guide.

Indoor and outdoor living melds seamlessly in the home.

Designed by architect Dominic Piccolo under the close watch of its globetrotting engineer vendor, the house contains expanses of glass framing views of the bay and Sorrento.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom house is now being sold privately with a $6.2-$6.4 million price guide.
The substantial main bedroom is a highlight, with a balcony, walk-in wardrobe designed to keep clothes dust-free, and ensuite laid with Japanese tiles.

The house is eye-catching at every turn.

The main bedroom is a standout feature.

The open-plan living area flows out to a barbecue kitchen, decking and 16m infinity pool.
Also on offer is a kitchen with Gaggenau, Miele and Liebherr appliances, a home theatre, and a brilliant bar and wine tasting room.
The residence is set on 2500sq m of landscaped gardens and includes a tennis court.

The home cinema.

The bar and wine tasting room.

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