Property of The Week: The Muse – Melbourne

A luxurious new development set to house the city’s most expensive apartment.

By Terry Christodoulou 31/01/2020

As bragging rights go – we’re all for it.

The Muse, set on Melbourne’s enviable St Kilda Road, is eyeing off a sale that will elevate the development as the home of Melbourne’s most expensive apartment.

You’ll need $45 million – and for that price you’ll rightly secure the penthouse – a two-storey sky mansion with its own pool, gym, billiards room and a self-cleaning smart toilet.

The 1191-square-metre premise boasts 4-beds, 4-baths an elaborate main suite and dressing room alongside its own home theatre.

The Muse Melbourne

On the corner of St Kilda and Toorak roads, The Muse is set within the ‘Domain Precinct’ – meaning a luscious, green outlook mere minutes from Albert Park Lake and the Royal Botanic Gardens as well as the city.

The Muse Melbourme

In total the development offers 42 luxury residences of 3-, 4- and 5-bedrooms, with an entry price of $3.2 million.

Each buyer will go on their own design journey, as they lean on the knowledge of either Bruce Henderson Interiors, KPDO or Greg Natale to fit out their home with the best they can source.

The Muse Melbourne

Design aside, the in-home experience is focussed on futureproofing, with an assortment of smart-home technology that streamlines your life, such as one that calls a lift when residents arrive, or even turns on the air conditioning setting the perfect temperature before you walk in the room.

In addition to the high-powered tech, a 24-hour concierge, grand lobby, pool, gymnasium and club lounge also inform the offering, with security options that include face and fingerprint scanners and number plate recognition for the garage.

The project is currently under construction and is set for completion in the second half of 2021, with move-in dates set for early 2022.


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