An unimaginable Elwood Arts and Crafts mansion that packs all of it comes with worth hopes that may virtually double the seaside interior ‘burb’s worth document.
Superstar purchaser’s advocate Frank Valentic’s family home at 20 Normandy Road raised the Elwood home worth benchmark $200,000 to $6.8m in July final yr.
However the waterfront ‘FONTAINEBLEAU’, at 31 Ormond Esplanade, is about to blow that out of the park and will virtually double it with a sale anyplace close to its mammoth $12.5m price ticket.
The elegant and complicated renovated 1929 pad is a design masterpiece, with refined cool coastal areas opening out to bay-viewing terraces and an expensive lap pool and spa.
Conjunctional brokers Sam Goddard of Abercromby’s and Brian Devlin declined to remark.
CoreLogic data present the 1398sq m property final bought for $6m in 2015 and has been listed since October 30.
The itemizing dubs the four-bedroom residence “Elwood’s crowning glory” as “a landmark property on the nook of Elwood’s greatest residential avenue”.
“The elevated residing and eating areas reflective of Richard Swansson’s chic design are reached through a surprising Stephen Akehurst heated marble staircase with walnut timber edging and embedded LED temper lighting,” it reads.
“On this stage, the flooding mild and sights of the bay accompany very good open areas serviced by a Handelsmann & Khaw beachside impressed kitchen that includes Wolf and Sub-Zero home equipment and bespoke Italian Marmarino surfaces.”
Window seats all through the property present sunny nooks to chill out in fashion, whereas European-inspired gardens provide a non-public sanctuary to retreat to after mornings on the seashore.