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City View Designer Stunner Hits the Market

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City View Designer Stunner Hits the Market
Posted 11 April 2018

City View Designer Stunner Hits the Market 

There are not many homes that come along with the aesthetics of an art-centric retreat exhibiting the quintessential sophistication of Melbourne. 8 Ingles Street Port Melbourne is this home, and did we mention the city view?

The design is another standout by architect Simon Cookes, with flair reflecting cutting edge and chic. With a string of A-list properties under his belt, Simon's designs manage to encapsulate a nested vibe with quirky and sexy features that whisper fun to the unsuspecting.

The features are extensive and impressive with conversation piece elements striking a wow factor upon entry. Port Melbourne green glass flagons found intact in the property's dig are repurposed as remarkable entry lights, recycled timber, marine ply and other unique surfaces along with innovative designer lighting are just some of the bespoke features.

Titled the "Box House" the property boasts an impressive facade and dramatic angles and yet somehow its personality shines in a way that says "you're home."

5km south-west of Melbourne's Central Business District, Port Melbourne is a meld of historical and hipster with groovy shopping, classy eateries, and swanky boutiques. The upscale bayside suburb is a hive of chill, the perfect suburb for the discerning investor looking for houses and apartments for sale in Melbourne.

Another smile raiser is the sustainability factor of the DB Architecture property. The Box House features a rainwater tank, north facing decked balcony with garden features and full irrigation along with solar hot water. According to international design hub HOUZZ, this is an essential factor for home buyers. An energy efficient, healthy and functional home was the top of the list of considerations of home buyers, with over 42% driven by energy consumption concerns. Simon has thought of everything!

"People, place, and performance should sing together in harmony. Architecture should resonate with the culture and physiology of its people aswell as the ecological conditions of its environment" says the talented Architect.

For more information on this stunning property go to https://nextaddress.com.au/property/8-little-ingles-st-port-melbourne-vic-3207-14487




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