This luxurious home is located at 10 St Georges Road in the Toorak suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was designed by Melbourne’s leading architect Nicholas Day and boasts every luxury imaginable including C-bus home automation, Bang and Olufsen audio, private lift and mulit zoned heating and cooling. It boasts 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, study/den, Calcutta marble kitchen with Gaggenau appliances, home theater, billiards room, 1700 bottle wine cellar, 4-car subterranean garage, lavish gardens, outdoor entertainment areas and a  lit glass tiled swimming pool. It is listed at $8,950,000.

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  • Ben

    Good to see an Australian design being posted.
    Just as a heads up to readers, Toorak is probably one of the best and most expensive suburbs in the Melbourne area, which would explain the larger price.




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  • tony

    I like the simplicity and openness on the inside, but I think the outside is a little cold.




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  • Venom

    Nice house.
    Garage needs more Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin.




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  • Daniel

    Eh. Does the curvature of the exterior corner bother anyone else? It makes it look extremely commercial in my opinion. I only like the kitchen and the garage.




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t mind the exterior, although it is somewhat bank-like. The interior is just a collection of missed decorating opportunities. For example, the kitchen layout looks very good, but the cabinetry is just boring. The size of the theater looks OK for a private home, but the U-shaped sofa is ridiculous; I wonder how it’s decided who gets to sit on the sides and have to turn their necks to see the movie. The whole interior needs a lot of help.




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    • Mak

      I agree. Completely.




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  • Iemand

    We have our couch on an angle of 90 degrees, this way you can lie down on the couch. But our couch isn’t as big as this one though…

    I love the first 2 photo’s. That how I want mine to look some day. The interior is fine, just needs more furniture etc.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m really not a fan of the architectural style here. Definitely too commercial-looking, and the home is almost exactly square, which is awkward to me. I agree with Grrrowler on the interior…not decorated well enough. Can’t speak on the price (obviously), I’d have no idea about it!

    I was poking around on birds eye view in the general area of this home and was amused to see how many homes you could easily place in various U.S. settings and have them blend right in. There were a couple houses side by side, one of which looked straight out of Dallas, and the other straight out of Greenwich CT. I would’ve expected architectural styles closer to that of England, so it’s interesting to see that that’s not always true.




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