With a dramatic sense of occasion, the Art Deco charms of this designer's own, triple brick, 1930s apartment with a Louise Street entry has been stylishly updated to present a unique residence, in an unbeatable city-fringe location. (Infused also with a hint of Tudor character) The home has been meticulously crafted by the renowned Cameron Comer of Comer and King design agency, in the iconic 'Stanhill' building, to exude a gallery-like experience that has been variously featured in a selection of publications including Real Living and Sunday Life.
Brilliantly conceived and perfectly executed, the home's lounge / dining room is an impressive and unforgettable room, rendered in black and highlighting original north-facing windows that frame leafy first floor outlooks, whilst the master bedroom is a huge space - large enough for a desk and filled with more northerly light. Accessed securely via intercom entry, the home also offers the rare treat of two secure undercover parking spaces, as well as a broad kitchen and a central bathroom with laundry facilities.
Nestled between the waters of Albert Park and the verdant expanses of Fawkner Park, this diverse location is just metres from Melbourne's premier tree-lined boulevards, where cafes, bars eateries and city-bound trams are in abundance. Whether your tastes run to the vibrancy of Prahran and Chapel St, to the village-like charms of Albert Park, to Prahran Market or to South Melbourne Market, it is all within easy reach.