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Eureka penthouse on the market

10 Nov 2016

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By Sunny Liu

An 86th floor Eureka Tower penthouse has just hit the market with a starting price of $18 million.

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom luxurious apartment is one of the highest penthouse residences in the southern hemisphere.

It spans out for 660 sqm, occupying the entire floor and features a 360-degree view from the city to the Dandenong Ranges and the Port Phillp Bay through its floor-to-ceiling windows.

The fit-out is art deco-inspired and follows the New York sky-pad living style. The decorations include a gold leaf entrance, paneled timber, ornate ironwork and custom light fittings.

The entire fit-out took more than two years to be completed and offers spacious family living through its grand dining hall and theatre room.

The residence is marketed by Sotheby’s International Realty and RT Edgar Real Estate and expressions of interest will close on December 6 or unless it is sold before.

Agent Greg Herman says the penthouse is a “one-of-a-kind property”.

“It’s the best residence I’ve ever seen in my entire career. It has the finest finishes and an art-deco flavour,” he said. “The fit-out took a long time and has layers of marble and the entire apartment has floor-to-ceiling windows.”

The view itself is worth the $18 million. “The view is spectacular,” Mr Herman said.

According to Mr Herman, the penthouse is perfect for family living and has the biggest barbecue area among all the residences in the tower.

The penthouse is currently owned by Anthony Podesta, a former school teacher turned multi-million-dollar businessman.

The residence also comes with the space to park five cars and each bedroom has its own bathroom.

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