Final apartment in Port Melbourne's nearly completed The London for sale

Final apartment in Port Melbourne's nearly completed The London for sale
Final apartment in Port Melbourne's nearly completed The London for sale

A trophy Port Melbourne sub-penthouse apartment has been listed for sale at $7.5 million.

It is the last apartment remaining in the eight story The London complex of 13 which is currently under construction.

It is due for completion in August 2021.

The three bedroom whole floor apartment at 601/92 Beach Street, Port Melbourne comes with 390 sqm space, of which 305 sqm is internal.

Final apartment in Port Melbourne's nearly completed The London for sale

The listing agent, David Wood of Hockingstuart says the residence comes with luxurious finishes including generous use of natural stone and European oak timber floors plus bluestone pavers. 

The kitchen and butler’s pantry come with Miele appliances. 

There is a wine cellar with Lieberr wine fridges, multi-purpose room, and bar plus garaging for three cars.

Final apartment in Port Melbourne's nearly completed The London for sale

With 2.7 m ceilings, its walls of glass maximise natural light and the outlook over the beach and bay.

There is a 74sqm entertainment terrace that flows off the living area.

TAB Developments is the developer managing the project on the former London Hotel site which was initially knocked back by Victoria's planning tribunal and the Port Phillip Council.

The plans were designed by the architectural studio, Ewert Leaf.

The seventh floor penthouse was sold in 2018 around the time construction began.

The site traded in 2012 at $4.5 million.

The hotel, which opened over 150 years ago, will return as part of a state-of-the-art development in the bayside hotspot.

Port Phillip Council unsuccessfully lobbied the state government to introduce interim heritage controls for the site.

CBRE sought leasehold tenants last year with scope for the incoming leaseholder to modify the final fit out of the 958sqm venue has been designed to accommodate up to 764 patrons.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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