Mid-century pad turns “rock star” after impressive renovation
Mid-century style lives on at this transformed Brighton East pad that boasts plenty of wow factor.
The stylish house at 15 Farmer St has been brought into the 21st century by a recent renovation that perfectly blends old and new design.
It’s back on the market after an incredible facelift with a $3.3-$3.6 million price guide.
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Marshall White Bayside agent Matthew Pillios called it “a rock star pad” that felt like you were “walking through a Beverly Hills home”.
“This is one of the greatest renovations we’ve ever seen in Brighton East,” Mr Pillios said.
“Plus the fact it’s a single-level house with so many large windows adds extra appeal.”
Original features designed by architect Walter P Pollock in the late 1960s still exist, including a large entry foyer and internal courtyard.
But new additions add extra appeal including a sparkling pool, ultra-cool kitchen, glamorous bathrooms and a main bedroom with a 21-drawer dressing room.
A fresh coat of paint on the unassuming facade leaves the five-bedroom home almost unrecognisable.
Mr Pillios said an abundance of outdoor space could even be used as a dancefloor when entertaining.
The re-imagined modernist marvel is discreetly tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac.
Buyers must register for the auction scheduled for May 22.
SUBURB PROFILE: Brighton East
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