People keen to buy into one of Melbourne’s most exclusive postcodes have splashed a whopping $20 million on apartments in a former Brighton wedding venue in just four days – and the most expensive dwelling was the first to be snapped up.
The first person through the doors of the display suite snapped up the most expensive penthouse for $4.7 million.
CBRE Director of residential projects Victoria Henry Burbury said the penthouses, which include private outdoor terraces with bay and city views, had been popular among buyers with a second sold within days.
The display suite – the most expensive built in Brighton at $1.5 million – gives buyers a fully immersive experience, with sensory touchpoints, interactive technology, opulent interiors by the award-winning team at Carr and lush landscaping by Tract.
People who registered their interested have been the first to snare the luxury abodes, with apartments on sale to the general public early next year.
Facilities include a communal rooftop entertaining area, wine room with secure individual storage, office, business meeting and conference facilities and a private dining room with back-of-house kitchen for catering.
Each dwelling features full-height glazing, generous kitchen amenity with Gaggenau appliances, integrated Liebherr fridges, and open plan living and dining spaces.
To secure an exclusive display viewing before the public launch, visit theinternationalbrighton.com.au