Luxuriously Appointed Hamptons Inspired Home with Pool and Level Lawn Bellevue Hill 161 O'Sullivan Road

5 Bedrooms  |  3 Bathrooms  |  3 Parking

Offering an unrivalled lifestyle in one of Sydney's most prestigious harbourside suburbs, every corner of this spectacular home has been masterfully redesigned to create a stunning Hamptons meets contemporary aesthetic. Awash with natural sunlight, spanning three expansive level, this welcoming and highly functional family home features exceptional quality interiors throughout.

On the ground floor a much sought-after family layout includes spacious formal and informal living, a magnificent banquet size dining room, guest/5th bedroom, bathroom and walk in wine cellar. A superbly appointed gourmet island kitchen features Quartz Stone benchtops and marble splashbacks and a walk-in pantry. The kitchen extends into a large family room flowing through bi-fold doors onto a tranquil outdoor entertaining terrace, level lawn and heated mosaic tiled swimming pool.

Upstairs 4 generous bedrooms include an elegant master retreat with a luxurious ensuite bathroom and bespoke walk in robe, opening onto a sunny verandah with a retractable awning, overlooking the pool and beautifully landscaped gardens.

On the top floor is a vast space with vaulted ceiling and ample storage offering the versatility for a teenage retreat, rumpus or music room, or home office.

Additional attributes to this flawless home include enormous attic storage, hydronic heating, internal laundry room, five zones of audio and off-street parking for 3 cars.

Situated within a prestigious family neighbourhood, this home is a level walk to Plumer Road shopping village, Rose Bay Esplanade, Ferry Wharf, Royal Sydney and Woollahra Golf Clubs and just minutes to Sydney's premier schools, Bondi Beach, Rose Bay and Double Bay shops, transportation and Bondi Junction.

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Sydney Sotheby's International Realty

The Gallery, Level 3, 45 - 51 Cross Street,
Double Bay NSW 2028

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