Architectural Harmony On The Edge Of Queens Park


The newly completed reinvention of this early 1900s home in a prized pocket of Randwick North pays tribute to the past while embracing the light and taking full advantage of a due north rear aspect. A stunning addition to the streetscape with a French-style copper dormer window and restored bullnose verandah, the architect-designed family home stands as a lasting testament to architectural innovation that seamlessly blends aesthetics, functionality and sustainable living. A sun-filled open concept living area is flooded in sunshine and designed to embrace a north-facing garden while bedrooms are conceived as private sanctuaries, two ensuite and the master with a tranquil open outlook. With only one neighbour, the home maximises its open aspects to the north and east, flooding the rooms with natural light and air. Designed with passive design principles at its core, the home's material palette of natural stone, Carrara marble, reclaimed timber and repurposed bricks creates a sense of harmony and longevity while a lock-up garage with a studio retreat above makes for happy family life. With only the front facade kept of the original house, the home is essentially a brand new build. An easy 200m stroll down Hooper Lane to Queens Park's playing fields and wide open spaces, this community minded neighbourhood is 600m to Charing Cross village with great schools all around and just a few minutes to Bronte and Clovelly Beaches.

Crafted to engage with the streetscape and foster connectionSolid Blackbutt floorboards, VRV air, carefully selected finishes 4 double bedrooms with custom built-ins, 2 with an ensuite All bedrooms are bathed in natural light and feature 2 windows Sanctuary like master with a dressing area and vaulted ceilingsCarrara marble kitchen, Miele/Smeg appliances, induction hobIntegrate French door Miele fridge/freezerStylish dining area flows through to sun-filled living space Highlight windows and raked ceilings maximise light and air Blackbutt deck and a landscaped garden, reclaimed brickworkStudio ideal as an office/teen retreat or au pair accommodationLimestone and Carrara marble bathrooms, underfloor heating Recycled Ironbark cladding, copper-framed dormer windowAuto Velux skylight, custom joinery, architectural lighting Sandstone-paved verandah, lock-up garage via Hooper LaneAll day natural light and optimal airflow, CCTV security system6.6kW solar system for a low carbon footprint and energy costs

5 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
1 parking
190sqm approx land area
58 Hooper StreetRandwick
Sold $4,400,000

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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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