Darling Point beachfront hits market with $70m guide
An incredible waterfront trophy home has just hit the market with jaw-dropping pictures but you’ll need some big dollars if you want to call it home.
The brand new home comes with an infinity swimming pool, private beach and direct access to the harbour.
Owned by Catcha Group chairman and co-founder Patrick Grove and his brother, the Blowfish Studios co-founder Aaron Grove, the five-bedroom six-bathroom residence with double parking at 82 New Beach Rd has city and Harbour Bridge views.
Designed by Polly Harbison Design and gardens by Will Dangar and with a 22m harbour frontage, it has only just been completed.
But with Patrick Grove now firmly based in Singapore it’s gone up for sale.
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The highly anticipated listing, via Michael Pallier and Francis Egan of Sotheby’s, will no doubt be a huge hit with both local and expat buyers.
The Grove brothers had bought the 669 sqm property, with what had been a knockdown home on it, for $28m in 2017.
The new luxury residence is one of only six north-facing waterfront homes in Darling Point and the nearest in the eastern suburbs to the Sydney CBD that captures views of the Bridge.
The property is described lifestyle masterpiece and ranks among Sydney’s most exclusive waterfront addresses.
It offers two floors of living space and sleeping, plus two rooftop gardens, a huge basement and undercover parking for two cars.
Among its attributes are the rare absolute due-north facing position; walls of sliding glass and adjustable timber screens that ensure privacy and natural light.
The open concept design features multiple living areas, a dining and gourmet island kitchen with high end appliances and butler’s pantry with laundry.
Three of the five bedrooms have an ensuite and there’s also a study, gym room, two family bathrooms and guest powder room.
The level harbourfront garden offers a lush lawn, sun deck, infinity-edge swimming pool and cabana plus two rooftop garden areas.
The new residence has high ceilings, bespoke cabinetry, natural stone finishes, solar panels, a Tesla power wall and the garage has a large storeroom.
There are too few houses in Darling Point for PropTrack to offer median house price information but the median unit price is $2,362,500.
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