Penthouse family luxury amid style, sophistication and security
A brilliant architectural design within the esteemed Jenin complex, this four-bedroom 275Sqm penthouse melds a clean, crisp minimalist interior with state-of-the-art fixtures to deliver a family sanctuary of luxurious indulgence. Offering zoned living spaces enriched by two alfresco terraces and spectacular neighbourhood views, the home delivers a perfect low-maintenance family lifestyle, among Camberwells convenient amenity.
Smothered in gleaming Spotted Gum flooring and a sleek medley of two-pack and stone surfaces, the home provides a living room adjoining an immense corner terrace, and a vast open plan family domain for relaxation and dining, spilling onto a full-width, north-facing balcony for alfresco barbecue entertaining. At centre stage, a stunning hostess kitchen encourages social engagement over a stone-wrapped breakfast bar, while catering to guests with top-end Miele appliances and a plumbed Bosch fridge/freezer.
The homes plush accommodation provides three king-sized robed bedrooms and a home office or fourth bedroom, including an extravagant main bedroom with his-and-her robes, built-in dresser, a sumptuous porcelain ensuite, and terrace access. With an ensuite to the second bedroom, and a luxurious main bathroom, the home is completed with a separate laundry, extensive storage including basement cages, and four secure carparks. Cocooned in security and comfort, the home includes reverse-cycle ducted heating and cooling, swipe entry and video intercom, and a CBUS system including remote blinds, lighting and security system.
Amid Melbournes best public and private schooling, enjoy a position of convenience and prestige, minutes from Hartwell Village, Camberwell Junction, Tooronga Village, Ferndale walking trails, city-bound transport and the Monash freeway.
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