Balanced PERFECTION

  • Balanced PERFECTION

    Interiors |
  • Penthouse living moves to the next level with The Grand Pavilion at The Eastbourne.


    Say the word ‘penthouse’ and it’s likely to conjure images of the New York City skyline or the lavish surrounds of a top London Hyde Park residence.

    Now it’s possible to enjoy the same feeling in Australia at The Grand Pavilion Penthouse, which crowns The Eastbourne by Mirvac.

    The 507 square metre residence, together with an approximately 301 square metre terrace, boasts three-metre high ceilings throughout, which, along with the 36-metre marble runway that acts as the pivot for the home, combine to give the penthouse the opulence it deserves.

    Once inside, you’ll be drawn to the incredible panoramic views of Fitzroy Gardens and beyond. The home revolves around a central living area where family and guests can congregate. The kitchen and dining area are the focus, and eastern and western wings fan out from the shared family areas.

     

    Artist impression. Indicative only and subject to change.

    Artist impression. Indicative only and subject to change.

    “The Eastbourne Grand Pavilion Penthouse is the result of a studied global design process, through which our teams scoured the world to marry the best in international luxury with this world-class location”.

    The kitchen has been designed as a work of art. While it boasts the latest in kitchen appliances and features, the utilitarian aspects of the chef-ready kitchen are cleverly disguised.

    This allows for the elements to shine as sculptural marvels, including the purposely rough edge on the island benches, a nod to the modern design aesthetic. The central living area also boasts not one but two fireplaces, one rendered in wood, the other marble.  

    The western wing contains the master’s quarters, complete with a huge master bedroom, walk-in robe, en-suite, study and retreat. 

    The eastern wing has been designed especially for family and guests. It has three bedrooms, each with their own en-suite, as well as an additional guest bathroom. 


    The attention to detail in the materials used in the penthouse’s construction is second to none. Real care has been taken to highlight the use of natural materials such as stone and wood. 

    The long-standing relationship of the architects Bates Smart to Freemasons Victoria means the attention to detail in the craftsmanship is second to none. 

    Sam Barber, the highly sought-after landscape specialist responsible for some of Melbourne’s most well-kept secret gardens, was secured to design the terrace. It features an 11-metre transparent pool and spa, from which residents can enjoy sweeping views across Melbourne’s city skyline and beyond to Port Phillip Bay.

    Artist impression. Indicative only and subject to change.

    Artist impression. Indicative only and subject to change.

    Bates Smart director Jeffery Copolov said a worldwide search for exceptional materials, including Italian marble and German glass, has led to the incredible penthouse experience offered in this outstanding and dramatic home.

    “The Eastbourne Grand Pavilion Penthouse is the result of a studied global design process, through which our teams scoured the world to marry the best in international luxury with this world-class location,” Copolov said.

    “The design seamlessly integrates The Grand Pavilion Penthouse into Fitzroy Gardens, creating a sanctuary on the doorstep of the city,” he added.

    The result is a unique home that will be unmatched for its attention to detail and refined luxury that offers a superior living experience in one of the world’s most liveable cities.


    “The design seamlessly integrates The Grand Pavilion Penthouse into Fitzroy Gardens, creating a sanctuary on the doorstep of the city.”


    Artist impression. Indicative only and subject to change.