This stunning brick mansion is located at 10 Bickhams Court, St Kilda East, Victoria, Australia. It boasts 9 bedrooms, 7 full and 3 half bathrooms, a sweeping double staircase, hand painted skylight, formal living room with fabric lined walls, formal dining room with built-in Mahogany buffet, gourmet kitchen with New Zealand Beech framed cabinetry, 2-story library with fireplace, mezzanine gym, indoor ceramic tiled lap pool enclosed in glass, 4-car garage, porte-cochere, synthetic grass lighted tennis court, landscaped gardens and more. It is listed at $11,250,000.

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  • george

    This house is worthy of Margot Robbie, if only the commute wasn’t so long.




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    • Mark

      Yes I agree, stone mansion for the East and this one for down under.




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  • jdubble07

    Ahh, the magic of listing photos. Now check the property out on Bing. There is ZERO property. There’s what looks to be an apartment complex literally in the back yard and the neighbors are on top of you. $11.5M? This isn’t Beverly Hills.




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  • Sam

    If I was blind folded, I would have mistaken the rooms for hotel suites in Dubai. The facade reminds me of some of the new build homes in Essex and Surrey. For $11.5M I would like to have seen some more green space…




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    • Plain J.

      LOL!




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  • rob

    The foyer is terrible. Just ridiculously tacky. But I like the living room and the dining room quite a lot. The rug is really well done and high quality. The library, indoor water feature and indoor pool are also very nice. The location is ridiculous and the price is ridiculous.




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  • Grrrowler

    I love the pool. I’d tear the rest down. $11.25 million is a really expensive pool.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This has more personality than most of the Australian homes we see, but that’s where my praise ends.

    That staircase is probably one of the most egregiously awful examples of foyers that should not have double staircases. You almost have to turn sideways to walk between them. And as for the rest of the interior, if the goal was to try to make the place look like a Vegas casino, then they can consider this home a success.




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  • Venom

    Beautiful home ruined by a horrible staircase and an even worse lot.
    The price is crazy of course.




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  • John

    The stair case is ostentatious. Yet, if the building regulations in Oz are like here, it means that if there is only a single stairwell, it needs to be enclosed with fire proofing and a fireproof door top and bottom. Im new to the luxury house scene, but im guessing having a double stair case gets around the need for an enclosed stairwell, which would be horrendous! Yup, even though marble dont burn well, a single staircase would need be “fireproofed”…




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    • NOVA Ben

      I’m not sure where you got that “regulation” from, but that’s one of the more ridiculous claims I’ve seen recently. Where is the “here” you’re referring to? It can’t be America, because if that were true, most residential properties in America would be in violation. I think you’re confusing commercial building codes with residential ones.




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  • Lionel

    I live in Melbourne and the reason for the terrible interior is that St Kilda East and Caulfield South (both neighboring suburbs) are a very large Jewish populated area. I don’t mean that in a bad way or mean to offend to anybody but lets face it they don’t have a great sense of taste.




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