Property developer Chris Holland completes another Toorak project

Property developer Chris Holland completes another Toorak project
Property developer Chris Holland completes another Toorak project

Luxury Melbourne home builder Chris Holland has finished another spec built project in Toorak.

He's listed the Albany Road home that was bought in wife Wendy's name two years ago. It cost $4.5 million.

Property developer Chris Holland completes another Toorak project

There's now a modern Drew Cole Architects-designed home within 550 square metre landscaped gardens from Jack Merlo.

Built by his company Holland Building Developments, the four bedroom, four bathroom home has an entertaining area with a built in barbecue and a seven seat cinema and a gym.

Crowning the home, the last stop of the internal Schindler lift, is a roof top terrace with built in kitchenette.

Property developer Chris Holland completes another Toorak project

RT Edgar Toorak agents Oliver Booth and Anthony Grimwade have an $11.52 million to $12.8 million guide.

The Holland's purchase came in 2017 around the time they sold their last project, a glass-swathed Myvore Court home which fetched $16 million, two months after it sold for $19.1 million however the Chinese buyer backed out.

The Hollands had collaborated with architect Drew Cole on several Toorak projects and an earlier residence in Hawthorn.

Cole’s brief was to design a luxury residence he describes as “living in your own home but feels like you’re on holiday."

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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