A Creative Reinvention Of A Timeless Classic


Concealed behind a walled north-facing garden framed by beautiful magnolia trees lies a tranquil family haven designed to embrace the outdoors and create a luxurious indoor/outdoor entertainer. Recreated by award-winning architect Sam Marshall, best known for his reimagining of the Museum of Contemporary Art, the freestanding Californian bungalow has been transformed into a striking contemporary home surrounded by leafy greenery underscoring a sense of peace and privacy. The original front of the home has been conceived as private spaces with three double bedrooms and a family room while the rear forms the social areas with a glazed pavilion that dissolves into a lush garden setting a serene scene. Surrounded by parkland and spread over one level, this unique home is perfect for families with close proximity to a choice of top schools and 750m to the light rail for an easy commute to the city.

Freestanding architect-redesigned Californian bungalow on 386sqmPrivate walled north-facing garden, auto gated access to garaging 3 double bedrooms with built-in robes, original polished floorboardsMain bed opens to the north-facing courtyard, family living room Streamlined entertainer's Caesarstone kitchen with a breakfast island 7m bank of benchtops, Smeg appliances, gas cooktop, huge storage Open plan living and dining with 4m raked ceilings and Blackbutt floorsClerestory windows bring in the northerly light, extensive custom joinerySeamless flow to a large deck with built-in bbq and banquette seating Private established child-friendly garden framed by leafy greenery 2 bathrooms with French limestone floors, main with a soaking tub 500m to Roland Park, 850m across Snape Park to Mount Sinai College 1km to the International French School, minutes to Maroubra Beach

3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
1 parking

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Sydney Sotheby's International Realty - New South Head Road
459 New South Head Road Double Bay NSW 2028

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