Property Highlights of 2018
Ask our team what their favourite properties of 2018 were and you get a taste of the diversity in architectural styles at the top end of the market. From the ornate Italianate landmark residnece at 34 Brewster Street, Essendon that listed at $7 million to Rick Eckersley's spellbinding 10 acre garden estate, Musk Cottage in Flinders, the choices are as varied as the iconic aesthetics the represent.
A mid-century modern in Mount Eliza gave us a moment to pause on why this architectural era endures whilst a renovator's delight spawled across and acre on St Georges Road, Toorak sold for a whopping $38 million.
Meanwhile back in Essendon, a luxurious contemporary home with a designer pool and plenty of transterior entertaining sold for over $4 million, maintaining high levels of interest in the suburb where schools, transport and access to the airport appeal to the upwardly mobile.
It's a hallmark of marvellous Melbourne's dynamic culture that we embrace the old and dive head-first into contemporary classics, all the while creating magnificant, landscaped surrounds. It's a privilege to be part of capturing our shared heritage for the ages, one all of us at Urban Angles are grateful to be part of.