Australia: Impeccable Residence Located Exclusively in Sydney Harbourside of 3/45 Beach Road, Sydney, New South Wales

June 20, 2016

 

Located in an exclusive Sydney harbourside enclave with sublime views over Rushcutters Bay Park, the city and boat studded harbour, this impeccable residence has been cleverly engineered to maximise absolute privacy for luxurious living and entertaining.

 

Boasting an impressive 395sqm of internal and external zones on title and enhanced by an abundance of natural light, it reveals an expansive flowing layout offering seamless lounge and dining areas which transition effortlessly to a sun washed entertainment terrace. Connoisseurs will delight in the gourmet CaesarStone kitchen which is equipped with superior Gaggenau appliances as well as excellent cupboard storage and benchspace. Accommodation comprises of the three oversized bedrooms, all of which are appointed with quality custom built-in cabinetry and deluxe ensuites. The exquisite master also features a walk-in wardrobe as well as a spa bath. Highlights include ducted air conditioning, integrated sound, underfloor heating and a guest powder room.

 

Additional features include a large internal laundry, video security intercom and back-to-base alarm. There is only one apartment per floor, each complete with direct level secure lift access from the private entrance foyer to the secure basement parking with a double automatic garage. This prime offering is positioned in a prestigious boutique complex of four, directly opposite Rushcutters Bay Park, the CYC, D'Albora Marinas, popular cafés and city transport. Promising lifestyle excellence, it is also placed within a foreshore stroll of Macleay Street's dining precinct and water taxis to the Opera House, while within walking distance of Double Bay Village and Edgecliff Station.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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