Featuring 350 square meters of indoor and outdoor living space spread over the 40th and 41st floors of the Victoria Point apartment development in Melbourne’s Docklands this penthouse boasts some of the finest views available in the city with breathtaking vistas across Port Philip Bay Port Melbourne St Kilda and Williamston.
The 465 square meters of internal living space is spread over two floors with master bedroom and two additional bedrooms three bathrooms private lounge sophisticated dining and entertainment areas cinema study room wine cellar spa and sauna Gaggenau kitchen equipped to the highest standard and a private elevator providing access to an eight vehicle garage and storage area.
All of the apartment’s architectural materials have been sensitively selected to add a contemporary feel to the apartment both contrasting and complementing the historic frontage of the historic building beneath. The main structure is clad in a lightweight silver and white Alucobond skin; limestone and Calcutta marble stonework and lime washed timber floorboards and decking complete the elegant design.
This vintage 1970′s Doncaster home of designer Melissa Webb sports many design elements and interiors that you will not really find in the more contemporary homes. The use of black grey pink cream and green marble walls along with sandstone blocks with some of them even containing some amazing fossils makes this home truly one of a kind!
The use of energy-saving lighting installations water saving and recycling systems and smart solar design make the Elliot Ripper house all the more energy efficient. With interiors clad in pristine white sleek modern décor and warm hues splattered generously here and there this is one home that delivers in style!