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Ripponlea dream home with Art Deco charm, resort-style yard to make a splash

16 Glen Eira Rd, Ripponlea is up for grabs with $4.1-$4.5 million price hopes.Source:Supplied

LUSH resort-style grounds surround this century-old Ripponlea house, which is filled to the brim with Art Deco charm.

McGrath St Kilda’s Nicole Prime said the residence at 16 Glen Eira Rd had been “tastefully renovated” within the past decade, enhancing period details like domed ceilings, timber floors and open fireplaces.

The Art Deco facade of 16 Glen Eira Rd (spot The Simpsons character).

The Art Deco facade of 16 Glen Eira Rd (spot The Simpsons character).Source:Supplied

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The rear of the property resembles a resort.

The rear of the property resembles a resort.Source:Supplied

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The four-bedroom house is now up for grabs with $4.1-$4.5 million price hopes, making it the priciest pad listed on realestate.com.au in the small southeastern suburb.

Nestled among the old-world features are modern luxuries, including two bathrooms remodelled by the vendors, and a gourmet kitchen with Euro appliances and a butler’s pantry.

One of the home’s living rooms.

One of the home’s living rooms.Source:Supplied

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The gourmet kitchen.

The gourmet kitchen.Source:Supplied

The large 1000sq m block has been landscaped by Lisa Ellis Gardens to feature loads of greenery, a solar- and gas-heated pool, an outdoor dining area and fire pit.

“You could put another house on the block, it’s so big,” Ms Prime said.

A second street frontage on Victoria Ave with access to a double garage completes the property.

It’s being sold via an expressions of interest campaign closing October 4.

The outdoor dining area.

The outdoor dining area.Source:Supplied

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Originally published as Rare Ripponlea ‘resort’ to make a splash


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