35 Berkeley St, Holland ParkFEATURING a classic modernist design, this striking five-bedroom residence at 35 Berkeley St, Holland Park blends contemporary sleek with 1960s style.Exposed hardwood beams, extensive glass and a seamless indoor-to-outdoor flow are highlights of the design, while features such as down lighting and quality finishes add a stylish touch to the decor.Spanning two levels, the entrance leads into the main living hub on the upper floor, comprising lounge, kitchen, family and dining areas. Here, the design form is most prominent, from the brushbox floors and a wall of floor-to-ceiling glass, to the striking raked ceiling. 35 Berkeley St, Holland ParkMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoThe living area has access through glass doors to a covered, full-width terrace and a glass-framed inground pool, ideal for outdoor dining and entertainment. There are established garden beds, as well as a flat green yard and space for lounge furniture.Inside, the kitchen is white and modern and contains a suite of Miele appliances including a pyrolytic oven, steam oven, dishwasher, warming drawer and a self-ventilating, floating range hood. There’s also a Caesarstone waterfall island bench, three separate cooktops and automated doors on the cabinetry, as well as a remote-controlled door which unveils a hidden butler’s pantry. The adjacent family room boasts access to a separate patio. 35 Berkeley St, Holland ParkThe newly renovated main bedroom continues the warm decor of timber floors, exposed beams and natural light. Features include a custom built-in wardrobe and an ensuite with dual vanities, floor-to-ceiling tiles and matt black tapware, a freestanding bathtub and an open-plan shower.The other bedrooms contain built-in wardrobes and are serviced by a bathroom on each level. Set on a 1247sq m block in the Lamb Estate, the property includes modern conveniences such as airconditioning, a four-car garage, and designated cellar storage space. 35 Berkeley St, Holland ParkAgent Paula Pearce said the property was an unmatched mix of size, scale and architectural significance.“Positioned in a prestigious Holland Park address, its layout ensures space, luxury and privacy,” she said.