This newly built Modern mansion is going up for auction on August 4th. It’s located at 151A Wellington Street in Mosman Park, Western Australia, AU. It features 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, large gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, alfresco dining area, commercial elevator, two fireplaces, home office, home theater, subterranean garage, swimming pool and more. The price is available upon request.

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  • Daniel

    Surprisingly, I don’t find this that terrible. Far from perfect, but pretty neat. Looks like something a villain would live in. The exterior is very austere, but I like the Art Deco and Asian influences. Reminds me of the Peninsula Hotel if it was built 150 years from now. The interior has some cool spaces too. The living room is probably the worst part. Love the kitchen and bathroom.




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  • Grrrowler

    I quite like the outside. I think the style is nice, and I like the conglomeration of styles. Of course, the view is great. The interior leaves me a little flat. Some spaces have potential, but I really hate the marble tile floors in most of the public rooms. The kitchen is definitely great, and the master bathroom is nice, although those Deco-inspired mirrors border on cheesy.




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    • lambskin

      Spot on.




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  • C

    It’s interesting, part of me likes certain things but overall its a fail.

    I can’t tell from the pic is that a glass railing in back or is there a full height glass wall?




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  • NOVA Ben

    The floors are awful. “Contemporary” does not have to equal “office building”.




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  • Hugh

    This is built on the Prix d’Amour site.
    It was my dream home, but was demolished and subdevided into 10 blocks in 2006.

    http://www.amnet.net.au/~cvxmelody/PrixD'Amour2.jpg




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  • Sheldon

    This was the location once boasting WA’s most ostentatious and famous house, Rose Porteous’ ‘Prix D’Amour’ which was bulldozed in 2006 and subdivided into 10 lots. See some pics below:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/priyan101/420811064/sizes/l/in/photostream/

    http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1d3b1/1c92c4/

    There is a mansion being built next door to the above property which could be worth up to $30 million.

    Have a look on google earth street view: 149 Wellington Street, Mosman Park, Western Australia, Australia




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  • Hugh

    I think want about $15 million for it. Doubt anyone would pay over $10m for it.




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  • rob

    The neighborhood is fine, but this is nowhere near a 15 million dollar home. More like 1.5-3. This looks like a moderately upscale urban neighborhood. This house is on a park and only a few blocks to the ocean but it is still hemmed in by other houses. I am actually surprised that I could Bing this. I usually do not have much luck Binging Australia. I like some features of it., I think it has great curb appeal and I like the layout with the planters and the view is great. I like the long tall doors and the cabinetwork. The floors make me want to throw up. Too shiny. All I can think about is coming out of that shower with wet feet and slipping on that marble and smashing my head on the cold unforgiving floor. Trying to crawl to a phone but not being able to stand up because my blood has made the floor too slick to get a grip. I would recommed a lot of carpeting.




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  • AndrewF

    The interior makes me think the house is aimed at the Chinese buyers – cashed up peasants think marble floors are classy.




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  • Chris

    LOVE IT!!!!!!! WANT IT WANT IT WANT IT ITS PERFECT!




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  • Ivana

    I’ve been into this home and I fell in love with it. There were finishings I thought could have been better chosen but overall a stunning home. I actually love the chocolate coloured marble flooring and now that I’m building, I’m using a very similar porcelain tile on our ground floor. The ensuite is breathtaking and I adore the basin used in the powder room. I found a supplier for these basins and have 3 going into my home. I loved that it uses darker finishes. Almost every luxury home in Perth uses beige travertine flooring or wood floors with stark white walls. I’m so over this look. I’m using darker finishes in my new home to create a completely different mood.




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