THIS tranquil Mid-Levels flat is the height of luxury, from its spectacular roof garden to the entire floor devoted to a study. A large entry room opens on to a spacious living and dining area, which is separated by an elevated floor. The living room is a bright, comfortable area, with a parquet floor and two lounge suites. Decoration is kept to a refreshing minimum; the walls are painted white and the furnishing is sparse. A built-in marble topped shelving unit, which is next to the lounge suite, could be used to display photographs and ornaments. The room is brightened by windows that cover the full width of the room. They reveal extensive views across Central. It gives the apartment an open, breezy atmosphere. Three sets of spotlights provide additional lighting. A glass top table, with seating for 10, dominates the dining room. At either end of the table are two marble top shelves, which could be useful at meal times. The hallway, which is laid with pale blue carpet, leads to the first bedroom. This room would be ideal as a child's room or a study. There is a set of blue floor-to-ceiling cupboards and plenty of room for a bed, desk and a shelving cabinet. The first bathroom is decorated with pale blue and white tiles. There is a white marble bench with a blue sink and a full-width mirror. White towel rails are fitted to the walls. The master bedroom is an elegant mixture of pale pink and white. There is a set of mirrored built-in cupboards, two shelving units and enough room to create a separate sitting area. A sliding door opens to reveal a large walk-in wardrobe with ample cupboard and hanging space. This room is almost as large as the first bedroom. Peach is the dominant colour of the en suite, which would not look out of place in a five-star hotel. There is an enormous peach bathtub which is on an elevated beige-tiled floor. A large peach marble bench features two white sinks with silver fittings and a full-width mirror. There is also a separate tiled shower area. The room is brightly lit by a set of spotlights. The adjacent room could be used as a bedroom, study or exercise room. It features pale blue carpet, floor-to-ceiling white cupboards and plenty of room for a bed and a desk. The kitchen is simply decorated with a white floor and wall tiles. There are two spacious work benches, a grey sink with white fittings, and ample cupboard space. Bedrooms for two amahs are located next to the kitchen; there is also a small laundry area with a stainless steel sink and space for a washing machine. A small informal dining area is also next to the kitchen. This is a lovely family area that would be ideal for quick meals. It features a small dining table and built-in bench seats. The teak staircase leads to a magnificent study area which takes up the entire floor. It could also be used as a television room or sitting area. Sliding glass doors afford views of a 1,500-square-foot roof garden, which would be ideal for entertaining. The area is filled with white outdoor furniture and a large selection of pot plants. At the opposite end of the study is another glass door which leads to a smaller garden area. FACTFILE LOCATION: 15 Kotewall Road, Mid-Levels. SIZE: 3,000 square feet. PRICE: $12.8 million. FEATURES: three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two roof gardens. CONTACT: Richard Ellis, 820 2800.