Prahran 46 Packington Street
Auction Sat 30 March 11:30am
An innovation of light and space by Lumley Gardens
Poised opposite Lumley Gardens, this renovated and extended three bedroom masterpiece reveals a state-of-the-art living environment concealed within an immaculate 1905 period façade. Designed to be enjoyed with light saturated interiors and seamless indoor-outdoor connections, these flawless surroundings provide the impetus for an uncompromised low-maintenance lifestyle. While every space is generous and inviting, the piece-de-resistance is the voluminous open-plan living and dining domain that stretches some 10 metres (approx.) into the north-east light and out through bi-fold doors into the exquisite, sun-soaked and blissfully private landscaped entertaining courtyard. With palm trees swaying in the breeze, a pizza oven waiting to be fired and integrated seating, this fabulous entertaining oasis feels far removed from the heart of Prahran. Like a breath of fresh air, the living room set beneath a vaulted ceiling also features extensive joinery; while the accompanying kitchen is a showpiece of culinary perfection with an expansive stone island crowned with bespoke pendant lighting, Ilve freestanding stove, stainless steel dishwasher, sleek black granite Schock sink and all day natural light filtering through a feature northern window. The three double bedrooms, all boast floor-to-ceiling built-in robes and excellent natural light; while the spacious north-facing bathroom has a beautiful sense of retreat with its freestanding bath set beneath a north-facing window, floating vanity, heated towel rail and exposed brickwork juxtaposed against geometric tiles. Feature packed for comfort and functionality, this superb home also integrates hydronic heating, split system air conditioning, study nook, separate fitted laundry, tall ceilings and original Baltic floorboards. Private, prestigious and masterfully modern, this fabulous abode is further enhanced by its proximity to High Street’s cafes, trams, Victoria Gardens, Hawksburn Village and Chapel Street.