A sequence of sensational surprises will captivate your desire for traditional quality in this astounding home inspired by the Hungarian architecture of Visegrád Palace. Commencing with an exterior of handcrafted solid sandstone and finished internally with an abundance of white and black marble, gleaming porcelain, oak timber on floors and ornate edgings on eye-catching features, this is a home as grand as any palace yet with a symbiotic union between contemporary family living and historical architecture. You can see the fashionable style and virtually feel the vibrancy contained in the elegant proportions found in the perfect numbers and hear the birds in the rear garden. It's the main staircase in Oak and solid steel that pronounces the simple, solid traditional craftsmanship of the home. All bedrooms have fully tiled ensuite bathrooms and main bedroom has the pleasure of a dressing room and sitting room to provide an oasis of peace for parents. The wide entrance hall with 3 metre ceiling runs alongside a formal dining room and large study culminating in an enormous family room that opens to a 11m x 3 m balcony from where you can watch birds fly through the treetops in the panoramic view all the way to the city skyline. Kitchen is bedecked in latest fashion appliances with marble benchtops and a butler's kitchen has large food preparation areas and storage space. Down a spiral staircase is the theatre/games room, large wine cellar and gymnasium. Located in a popular, though quiet, tree lined street of a prestigious residential local near where Baristas ply their trade, conveniently located for golf courses and some of Melbourne's top private schools are only a tram stop away.