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    HOUSE MEDIAN ASKING PRICES AND WEEKLY CHANGE     Sydney $1,430,736 (-0.35%)             Melbourne $906,744 (-1.28%)             Brisbane $626,945 (-1.31%)             Adelaide $576,484 (-1.90%)               Perth $573,264 (+0.68%)             Hobart $667,625 (+0.32%)           Darwin $633,559 (-1.47%)               Canberra $869,505 (+1.93%)           National $879,315 (-0.27%)                      UNIT MEDIAN ASKING PRICES AND WEEKLY CHANGE     Sydney $569,148 (-1.05%)               Melbourne $450,915 (+0.15%)             Brisbane $364,991 (+0.46%)             Adelaide $299,227 (+0.06%)           Perth $339,330 (-0.36%)             Hobart $481,504 (-6.77%)               Darwin $380,220 (+0.68%)             Canberra $419,946 (+1.52%)           National $428,987 (-1.42%)                      HOUSES FOR SALE AND WEEKLY CHANGE       Sydney 6,290 (+697)             Melbourne 10,034 (+1,675)           Brisbane 8,564 (-165)             Adelaide 2,786 (-33)             Perth 9,764 (-120)             Hobart 354 (-8)             Darwin 228 (-16)               Canberra 368 (+46)             National 38,388 (+2,076)                    UNITS FOR SALE AND WEEKLY CHANGE       Sydney 6,605 (+82)             Melbourne 6,374 (+217)           Brisbane 2,923 (-13)             Adelaide 861 (-8)             Perth 2,423 (-18)             Hobart 64 (-2)               Darwin 352 (+5)             Canberra 406 (+25)             National 20,008 (+288)                    HOUSE MEDIAN ASKING RENTS AND WEEKLY CHANGE       Sydney $550 ($0)             Melbourne $440 (+$5)             Brisbane $455 (-$5)             Adelaide $450 ($0)             Perth $450 ($0)           Hobart $495 (-$5)               Darwin $640 (+$10)             Canberra $640 ($0)             National $527 (+$1)                    UNIT MEDIAN ASKING RENTS AND WEEKLY CHANGE       Sydney $475 ($0)           Melbourne $370 (-$5)             Brisbane $440 (-$55)               Adelaide $370 (+$5)             Perth $410 ($0)             Hobart $450 (+$25)             Darwin $500 (+$30)             Canberra $540 ($0)           National $452 (-$1)                      HOUSES FOR RENT AND WEEKLY CHANGE     Sydney 5,996 (-35)               Melbourne 9,639 (+280)             Brisbane 3,873 (+90)             Adelaide 1,037 (+438)           Perth 1,838 (-1)             Hobart 184 (-11)               Darwin 98 (0)             Canberra 262 (+21)             National 22,927 (+782)                    UNITS FOR RENT AND WEEKLY CHANGE       Sydney 16,976 (+55)             Melbourne 16,933 (+1,528)             Brisbane 3,293 (+1,099)           Adelaide 621 (-22)             Perth 1,04 (-50)             Hobart 82 (-7)               Darwin 180 (+24)           Canberra 351 (-3)               National 39,477 (+2,624)                    HOUSE ANNUAL GROSS YIELDS AND TREND           Sydney 2.00% (↓)             Melbourne 2.52% (↓)           Brisbane 3.77% (↑)              Adelaide 4.06% (↓)             Perth 4.08% (↓)             Hobart 3.86% (↓)             Darwin 5.25% (↓)             Canberra 3.83% (↓)             National 3.12% (↓)                UNIT ANNUAL GROSS YIELDS AND TREND         Sydney 4.34% (↑)              Melbourne 4.27% (↓)           Brisbane 6.27% (↑)              Adelaide 6.43% (↓)             Perth 6.28% (↓)           Hobart 4.86% (↑)              Darwin 6.84% (↓)           Canberra 6.69% (↑)            National 5.47% (↑)                 HOUSE RENTAL VACANCY RATES AND TREND           Sydney 1.7% (↓)             Melbourne 2.4% (↓)           Brisbane 1.0% (↑)            Adelaide 0.7% (↑)            Perth 1.0% (↑)              Hobart 0.9% (↓)           Darwin 0.9% (↑)            Canberra 0.7% (↑)              National 1.5% (↓)                UNIT RENTAL VACANCY RATES AND TREND           Sydney 3.7% (↓)             Melbourne 4.9% (↓)           Brisbane 2.0% (↑)            Adelaide 1.3% (↑)              Perth 1.4% (↓)           Hobart 1.7% (↑)              Darwin 1.0% (↓)           Canberra 1.5% (↑)              National 3.4% (↓)                AVERAGE DAYS TO SELL HOUSES AND TREND           Sydney 25.2 (↓)           Melbourne 34.7 (↑)              Brisbane 34.6 (↓)             Adelaide 26.8 (↓)             Perth 42.7 (↓)             Hobart 21.3 (↓)           Darwin 36.8 (↑)              Canberra 23.1 (↓)             National 30.6 (↓)                AVERAGE DAYS TO SELL UNITS AND TREND           Sydney 24.9 (↓)           Melbourne 39.8 (↑)              Brisbane 39.7 (↓)             Adelaide 30.9 (↓)             Perth 42.9 (↓)             Hobart 22.2 (↓)           Darwin 44.7 (↑)            Canberra 36.3 (↑)              National 35.2 (↓)               
Three Melbourne Penthouses For Sale

A look inside the pinnacle of Melbourne’s luxury apartment market.

By Terry Christodoulou
Tue, Jun 8, 2021 3 min

True to form, Melbourne’s luxury penthouse market is awash with effortlessly appointed elegant abodes.

Here, we’ve collated three of the best on the market right now.

Level 59, Aspire Residences, 299 King Street, Melbourne

Arriving in timeless style is this full-floor 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom, 4 car garage residence. Located above Aspire Melbourne, the upper-most 14 levels are dedicated to some of the most luxurious apartment living on offer, with level 59 – listed here – offering the full floor.

Uninterrupted views of Flagstaff Gardens, Melbourne CBD, Port Phillip Bay and beyond are at hand, while the residence’s central location puts it at the fingertips of the best Melbourne has to offer.

Inside, cutting-edge contemporary style permeates the 639sqm apartment, which has been designed by acclaimed interior architect David Hicks. Here, the lift opens to the apartment’s private lobby and formal lounge, dining room, cocktail lounge,  complete with a fireplace.

The open plan kitchen arrives with the butler’s pantry and includes top of the range Gaggenau appliances and fully integrated Sub-zero refrigeration.

Elsewhere the master bedroom offers views across Melbourne CBD and Port Phillip Bay and features expansive customisable robes as well as a master ensuite with custom curved bath and double vanity.

The luxurious penthouse is set for completion early 2023 with an asking price of $9,983,000; aspireresidences.com.au

 

The Penthouse, 7 Bowen Crescent, Melbourne

Located in a prestigious Gurner development that encompasses the city skyline arrives yet another David Hicks penthouse.

The spectacular in scale entrance foyer features dark stained parquetry floors that leads one through to the open plan living, dining and entertaining space surround by 270-degree full height glass affording sensational views.

From here, the living area extended to a mammoth private sun-terrace, perfect for entertaining.

The premium kitchen is a chef’s delight arriving in Carrara marble with Gaggenau and Liebherr appliances throughout.

A lavish main bedroom lands with a dressing room, marble ensuite alongside two additional bedrooms with coordinating ensuites and built-in robes.

Up the curved staircase, or via the private lift, one arrives at the 4th bedroom or retreat with a built-in robe.

Situated within walking distance to the Botanic Gardens, the Domain a, Albert Park and more, the home features a 4-basement car space and access to Albert Place’s hotel-style amenities.

The listing is with Marshall White’s Nicholas Hoo with a price guide of $7-$7.7 million; marshallwhite.com.au

 

Residence 6.01/409 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

 

Positioned on the corner of Toorak Road West and St Kilda road this podium floor residence arrives with sweeping north facing views of the CBD, Botanic Gardens and Fawkner Park.

The oversized, 3-bedroom, 5-bathroom, 5-car parking podium Penthouse offers 530sqm of internal living plus a further 200sqm external. Arriving with soaring ceilings, the main living space is decorated with European oak timber flooring in a herringbone pattern and floor to ceiling windows to take in those expansive views.

Also here is the large, luxuriously appointed kitchen featuring stunning oak cabinetry, top-grade marble, Gaggenau and Sub Zero appliances and a Christopher Boots pendant light as a feature.

The bedroom wing is informed by a large master with marble ensuite and bathtub, walk-in robes, while two more large bedrooms with ensuites while a guest room rounds out the offering.

Residents of The Muse will have the ability to access hotel-style services and facilities including 24/7 concierge services, 5-star wellness centre including spa, retreat, gym, swimming pool and also a luxurious club lounge with private meeting room facilities.

The listing is managed by Daniel Cashen, with an asking price of $16,500,000; themusemelbourne.com.au

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