Victorian Italianate Mansion is a Landmark in Kew

Victorian Italianate Mansion is a Landmark in Kew

One of the finest inner-city suburbs in Melbourne, Kew presents a median house price of A$2.7 million and an average annual growth of 17 per cent with homes spending an average of 55 days on the market.

Undeniably impressive and effortlessly majestic, this 130-year-old Victorian Italianate mansion named ‘Comaques’ is one of the finest landmark homes in Kew.

The 1,152 square metre residence, formerly the home of prominent architect Alfred White, blends period grandeur with modern luxury where the intricate Italianate architecture is crowned by a grand flag tower capturing 360 degree city views.

Step through the beautiful entrance foyer and you’re immediately immersed in elegance where glamorous chandeliers, soarings ceilings, elaborate cornices, elegant archways and marble fireplaces are just some of the opulent inclusions.

At the heart of the home, an open plan hub combines a lavish living space and an extensive kitchen crafted with stone benches features a long breakfast bar and suite of European appliances.

An atrium pond sits beside a beautiful sunroom and adjacent rumpus that both spill out onto the rear lounge area next to the pool and spa.

Take the classic spiral stairs from the kitchenette and bar down to the wine cellar, or climb the main staircase to the first floor where five bedrooms and three bathrooms are crowned by a palatial master suite with dual robes, ensuite and private balcony.

Lying in the heart of the affluent suburb on the premium Glenfarrie Road, all the wonderful amenities of Kew Junction and Victoria Gardens are on your doorstep.

You’ll also find Melbourne’s most elite schools including Trinity Grammar School, Xavier College and Methodist Ladies’ College mere metres away.

Furthermore, residents are just a few minutes drive from prestigious gold clubs such as Kew Golf Club and Latrobe Golf Club.

This home has a price guide of A$9.5 million – A$10.45 million

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