“Few homes enjoy the privilege of a position directly opposite Nielsen Park” – Alison Coopes

This one does. Set on 994sqm (approx) of land, the home is warm, very private and welcoming.”

Just a handful of homes enjoy the distinctiveness of surprising juxtapositions, like the grace of early 20th century architecture in a tropical rainforest garden retreat. Like a soaring, wood-lined, cathedral ceiling neighbouring ornamental, plasterwork ones. Graceful formal living and dining rooms with elegant dormer windows and definite purpose, and an attic with skylight windows that could be a playroom, an office or the beginning of a whole new storey (and story for this home). This could be your home. Here are its other delights:

Absolutely gorgeous as it is with a touch-up paint here and there. But it also has current DA approval, with plans designed by Michael Suttor Architect to add future additions as required. You cannot overcapitalise in this location!

There are park, harbour and Watsons Bay views already. Adding another storey will give sweeping Sydney Harbour views.
A 3-4 bdrm home that’s perfect for families. Two children’s bedrooms and a study interconnect to form a kid-friendly complex that can open to the back garden.

Formal living and dining rooms have the grandeur of yesteryear with their marble fireplace, chandelier and beautiful ornate ceilings. The new breakfast room and marble island kitchen has the lifestyle friendly assets of 2016, with its double height pitched ceiling and sun-kissed deck through retractable glass doors.

Its front garden is a tropical paradise with a secret outdoor “sitting room” roofed with palm fronds. Its back garden is perfect for child play or grown-up entertaining with a level lawn (DA approval for a pool) and large stone-paved courtyard.LUG plus plenty of secure off street parking.


Contact Alison Coopesalison@alisoncoopes.com