If you don’t like large spaces, this property might not be for you.
At 1,400 square metres, the Melbourne apartment at 150 Clarendon has been labelled the southern hemisphere’s “largest single-level apartment”, and should it hit $46 million, it will eclipse state property sale records by $16 million.
Its owner, Hong Kong businesswoman Margaret Lou is listing the apartment after buying it for around $19 million in 2007. This followed a global search for “one of the best apartments in the world” she said in a Whitefox real estate video.
She said she loved being close to Fitzroy Gardens, adding that the home has been designed with feng shui principles in mind.
The four-bedroom home features three metre high ceilings and an open-plan kitchen and living area.
The kitchen comes equipped with Miele appliances and a walk-in butler’s pantry.
The entire property is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows.
Some of these windows open onto a large balcony.
There’s also a 25-metre lap pool, gym, sauna and spa.
And if you feel like relaxing, the meditation room or private cinema could be the ticket.
The master bedroom has north and east-facing views and an ensuite with spa.
The home also features a private wine cellar, boardroom and office.
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