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208-212 Clarendon Street, East Melbourne VIC 3002

Expressions of interest close 26 April at 12pm

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Inspect by Private Appointment Three homes. One distinguished facade. Introducing Clarendon Terrace, East Melbourne - a rare and outstanding opportunity to purchase one of Melbourne's grandest terraces. Just metres from the iconic Fitzroy Gardens, this unique heritage-listed property, is ready for its next exciting chapter. Be part of this exclusive suburb with its distinctive homes and enviable lifestyle on the fringe of the CBD and an easy stroll to the MCG and sporting precinct, secure in the knowledge that Clarendon Terrace will retain its exalted position as one of the most iconic homes in this elite suburb. Designed by architect Osgood Pritchard and built in 1857, it pre-dates most Melbourne terraces. Famous for its grand Corinthian portico, Clarendon Terrace retains its magnificent proportions, soaring ceilings, period details and marble fireplaces. Each home is built of solid bluestone with a semi-circular arched entrance and external walls 40cm thick. No 212 features an entrance hall leading to a formal sitting room with a white marble fireplace and secondary living domain also with a white marble fireplace. The rear verandah overlooks a classic walled garden, shaded by a mature avocado tree. A living room/bedroom and bathroom complete this level. A skylit staircase leads to the first floor where a ballroom overlooks leafy Clarendon Street. Two spacious bedrooms are off the hall with steps down to the powder room, bathroom and kitchen with rear access via a spiral staircase. The lower ground comprises what was most likely the servants' quarters. At the rear are the original stables and two carports. No 210 and the adjoining No 208, have been architecturally renovated and amalgamated into one imposing property, once home to the Menzies Foundation. Spectacular in scale, with a broad staircase, two expansive formal rooms on either side of the entrance are supported by three ground floor conference rooms or offices, a kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs a refined full-width gallery space with timber-lined ceiling and clerestory windows is complemented by two grand formal rooms overlooking Clarendon Street, a large meeting room, a kitchen and storage. The lower ground floor opens to the rear with parking for six cars via Menzies Lane at the side of the property. A 19th century icon that captured the spirit and splendour of "marvellous Melbourne," Clarendon House is set for a contemporary revival to once again become a glittering jewel in Melbourne's real estate crown. Kay & Burton acting under the instruction of Advise Transact.

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