Location: 10 Mulgoa Street, Brighton, Victoria, Australia

Square Footage: N/A

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 8 bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Request

This newly listed European style mansion is located at 10 Mulgoa Street, Brighton, Victoria, Australia. It features 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a grand foyer with wrought iron staircase and wrap-around mezzanine level, formal dining room, 2-story living/great room with pebble fireplace and built-in aquarium, billiards room with wet bar, Calcutta marble gourmet kitchen with open wood fireplace, adjoining breakfast and family rooms, home office with built-in bookshelves, recreation room, 200 bottle wine cellar, 12-seat home theater, mirrored gym and a subterranean 6-car garage. The rear of the home feature a covered patio with outdoor living room and built-in kitchen/BBQ area, gardens and a swimming pool with spa.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Lucas for the tip!

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  • There is nothing I hate about this house, but there also isn’t anything I really like, except for the stairs. Nothing offensively bad, just not the best. Too much white! Also, what is the room in picture 5 supposed to be? It looks like part of a bowling alley, but I’m not sure, who would want to sit in there?




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  • Venom

    It’s nice, I like it.




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  • Nash

    interesting balcony




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  • Grrrowler

    Something I noticed on this house and a couple of Australian houses that were on a TV show recently is that they have glass panels surrounding the pool. It seems in the U.S. the safety fence usually ends up being some sort of metal thing; I’ve seen a few houses in this country with glass safety screens around the pool, but not many. The glass is SO much more attractive and, I would think, just as effective.




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  • @townhousemag

    I just saw this house on Domain.com.au as I live in Australia and was saying to myself this could be beautiful if only the fire places were in keeping with the rest of the property. I can forgive the modern kitchen but I cannot forgive the retro fireplaces in such a formal home. I also dont like the track grout lines in the marble flooring I think that looks cheap. The frosted glass balcony should be hedging if they want privacy because the frost also doesnt look like it suits the property.
    I think if they wanted to take risks on design it should have been done with the furniture. A beautiful enormous carerra marble fireplace would have been to die. I love Australian real estate and usually it cops alot of hate mail on this site, and I do love this property, just wish they could have let me consult on a few things haha..

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