Peter Bartholomew: MoVida restaurateur lists swanky CBD apartment

Restaurateur Peter Bartholomew has listed his sprawling Level 10, 51 Spring St, Melbourne, sky mansion.

Restaurateur Peter Bartholomew has listed his swanky CBD pad for $7.5m-$7.9m.

The Level 10, 51 Spring St abode is smack bang in the heart of the city’s drinking and dining precinct – and within walking distance of some of the serial restaurant investor’s popular eateries, including MoVida, Lee Ho Fook and Rosa’s Canteen.

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It is listed with a $7.5m-$7.9m price guide.

Huge light-filled living spaces are perfect for dinner parties.

The building was designed by renowned architect Nonda Katsalidis.

Colliers agent Sam Nathan declined to comment when contacted by Property Confidential.

But the three-bedroom apartment’s realestate.com.au listing notes it spans an entire level of the high-end high rise, designed by acclaimed architect Nonda Katsalidis.

Movida book launch. David Macintosh and Peter Bartholomew

Mr Bartholomew (right) with his MoVida business partner David Macintosh.

DELICIOUS 100 2019 Movida interior

MoVida is one of Melbourne’s most popular restaurants.

A yoga room, wine cellar, garden room, and library adjoining the private lobby are just some of the luxury inclusions.

There’s also an “evening retreat” zoned separately from the huge open-plan dining, living and formal sitting area.

West, south, east and north-facing terraces have sweeping views of Parliament House, the Royal Exhibition Building, the Old Treasury, and Fitzroy and Treasury gardens.

Mr Bartholomew’s sky mansion is in the heart of Melbourne’s foodie district.

It also has breathtaking views of Treasury and Fitzroy gardens.

A formal “evening retreat” is zoned separately from the other living spaces.

A library and a cellar are among other luxury inclusions.

The listing notes: “51 Spring St is one of Melbourne’s most tightly held, discrete and desirable addresses.

“It is essentially, the most select residential location within Melbourne’s CBD.”

Bartholomew also owns the Wanted Man winery in Heathcote and has invested in a vineyard on the edge of Beechworth Gorge with his partner, Donna Pelka, and vigneron Mark Walpole.

His son, Mykal, runs upscale Vietnamese fusion restaurant Coda.

Expressions of interest for the apartment close August 9.

Colliers has the listing in conjunction with Marshall White director Marcus Chiminello.

The realestate.com.au listing notes the building is “one of Melbourne’s most tightly held”.

Mr Bartholomew also owns wineries in Heathcote and Beechworth.

Famous Melbourne landmarks can be admired from the terrace.

Expressions if interest close 3pm, August 9.

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