This Toorak house’s putting white-brick and green-copper facade doesn’t give away a lot about its stylish modern inside.
However inside 234 Kooyong Road, intelligent glass placement between the spaced out “hit or miss” brickwork permits beams of pure gentle to filter by means of and create clever patterns.
The posh three-bedroom home is in the marketplace with $7.9-$8.5m worth hopes.
A product of award-winning architect Kerstin Thompson, the House Home was designed to be an city retreat hidden away from its neighbourhood.
Marshall White’s Justin Lengthy stated the house’s privateness made it best for empty nesters.
“The architectural advantage of the house and its safety have been an actual spotlight,” Mr Lengthy stated.
“It’s completely a one-off, with consideration to element at each flip. While you stroll by means of you possibly can actually see the standard.”
A lush inside backyard is the centrepiece of the house’s entryway.
Mr Lengthy stated the house’s floorplan was designed to incorporate views of the backyard, Gardiners Creek Valley, the Dandenong Ranges and past.
“There’s a actually expansive view which is what the present homeowners had been significantly chasing,” he stated.
The house’s major dwelling areas and bedrooms are on one degree upstairs, whereas the bottom degree options self-contained studio-style quarters.
“The highest degree is nearly like its personal penthouse residence,” Mr Lengthy stated.
Polished concrete flooring, American oak joinery and timber-lined ceilings add to the property’s high-end enchantment.
The house additionally boasts its personal raise, an open-air gymnasium and a personal backyard terrace.
Expressions of curiosity shut 5pm, December 1.