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Wheelers Hill house has 22-car garage plus space for vehicle hoist

Wheelers Hill house has 22-car garage plus space for vehicle hoist
Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-11-03 17:00:00

A partition lets you separate your luxury from your day-to-day driving options.

Get behind the wheel to Wheelers Hill with this garage that has to be seen to be believed.

With comfortable space for 18 cars, or 22 if you’re bumper to bumper, 7 Elonara Court is driving towards the suburb’s highest residential sale for the year.

An indicative selling price of $6.15 million smashes the $4 million paid for 3 Fairview Ave in July, although is still short of the suburb’s highest recorded price, according to CoreLogic.

That honour is reserved for 37-47 Lum Rd, which sold for a mind-boggling $7,158,888 in July 2016.

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No expense was spared on the builder’s own home.

A custom-built wrought iron and marble staircase.

Harcourts Mt Waverley agent Martin Giles said quality shone through at the builder’s own home in Elonara Court, with the massive lower-level garage a rare standout feature.

“It’s a home that could be put in any of Melbourne’s most exclusive suburbs easily, but with space for (at least) 18 cars,” Mr Giles said.

The owner, an avid car collector, built the garage with high enough ceilings for a hoist, so he could work on his fleet, which contains a range of European and Australian cars, such as a late ‘60s model Holden Monaro.

Even with room for 22 cars, there’s plenty of storage and a hoist space.

The three-level property has price expectations of $6.15 million.

Lovely weather for a dip.

With the property now up for sale, the cars have been moved to a different storage centre.

“For the car collector or someone wanting to do workshopping with cars, it’s outstanding,” Mr Giles said.

“Down the middle is a partition that you can enclose because there are two double doors at the entry – you can effectively close one half off and have your day-to-day cars on the other side.”

Swathes of storage, high-end security features and outstanding finishes complete the package.

Play pool like a Roman emperor.

The house has multiple entertaining options.

Profiled granite benchtops run through the kitchen, with a custom-built marble and wrought iron staircase a showpiece in the centre of the home; even the roof tiles were imported from Tuscany.

“Even down to the drapes, no expense has been spared at this home,” Mr Giles said.

“It’s one of those properties I just have to get buyers to – it’s something that has to be seen.”

The property is for sale by private treaty.

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