Often called the Grand Boulevard of Melbourne, St Kilda Road beginsat the iconic Flinders St station running over the Yarra River crossing Princes Bridge.
Divided into 30 m frontages in 1860, the land was to be used for gentlemen's residences only, some of Melbourne's most important families built their stately homes on this road. The most elegant home, with its Grecian motifs, is “The Willows”, built in 1890 now houses a restaurant.
Known as the Millionaires road St Kilda road was known for its wealthand grand homes oozing of the prestigious fragrance of Blood Orange, Nutmeg & Clove.
Blood Orange, Nutmeg & Clove:
A luxurious masculine aroma headlining blood orange and the spice of nutmeg and clove with a bold leather and woody base notes, often only the wealthy could afford these special things in life.
Top Notes: Blood Orange, Grapefruit
Middle Notes: Nutmeg, Clove
Base Notes: Leather, White Wood
St Kilda Road - Blood Orange, Nutmeg & Clove
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