The buyer purchased two adjoining penthouse apartments which were then merged into one massive living and entertainment area covering a total of 958 square meters. In addition to the opulent apartments the occupant has full access to the apartment block’s other facilities including 25-meter pool gym massage sauna and steam room luxury 22-seat cinema conference room dry store and communal wine cellar. (more details)
Sculptures that are made out of glass and stone bestow an artistic outlook to this contemporary design and the extravagant use of glass in the form of floor to ceiling windows gives those inside unobstructed views. While the lower level sports the living space and the dining area the upper level finds space for the entire owner’s suite which includes a library a piano room a master suite a refreshing spa and an inviting sundeck. A wonderful merger of form and function…
Maybe it is just nostalgia or maybe the fact that one can never go back in time revisit the memories of the past but everyone of us is fond of those ‘wonder years’ of the past. And this home in Melbourne might well have that same allure for many who might look back at times that were simpler but also happier.
Designed to the highest specifications by architects Bates Smart the penthouse that sits atop the award-winning Melburnian building on St Kilda Road is one of the finest inner city living spaces in Australia. The wrap-around observation deck gives unbroken vistas of Melbourne’s central business district the Royal Botanical Gardens and Port Philip.
The Norwegian Fjords offer amazing sights and sounds and can truly offer you a holiday that you will not forget. But the beauty of Norway extends far beyond its famous Fjords as the landscape here presents it various spots that are cloaked in the goodness of nature and offer amazing retreats.