An 11th-floor apartment overlooking the stunning Fitzroy Gardens in Melbourne has just hit the market at 150 Clarendon Street, East Melbourne for an almost silly price tag of $46 million.
Uninterrupted views span 360 degrees around the expansive penthouse, which is the largest single-level penthouse in the Southern Hemisphere. Three-metre high ceilings throughout the entire property are bookended by floor to ceiling windows.
The residence boasts an open-plan kitchen and living area, complete with a large marble island bench, Miele appliances, triple oven and a walk-in butler’s pantry. The master bedroom is a “hidden retreat with north and east-facing views to maximise sunrise and morning light,” according to realestate.com.au.
The property has too many walk-in wardrobes to count across the four bedrooms, and the same applies for ensuites, but the marble bathroom, private cinema, bar and meditation room are all worth a mention in their own right.
A 24-hour concierge, private wine cellar, boardroom, 25-metre lap pool and fully equipped gym, sauna and spa are among the building’s further amenities.
If 150 Clarendon Street, East Melbourne, does indeed go for the $46 million asking price, it’ll break records for the state of Victoria. Currently, St Kilda’s $30 million penthouse holds the top spot, which you can explore in full over at this article.
Imagery courtesy of whitefoxrealestate.com.au