Designed by Andrea Hutchison and built by Tim Hutchinson, this house floats around century-old timber beams from Sydney's Woolloomooloo Wharf. Upstairs is the master suite, a second bedroom or nursery, loft and a wide, deep balcony. Downstairs there are four more rooms for use as bedrooms, study, play room or formal lounge.
Agent, Mack Hall, told SCHWARTZWILLIAMS, "This is a spectacular addition. I have never seen anything as good in 35 years in any suburb."
The home opens up into a Great Room, dominated by a six-metre island of site-poured polished concrete. You can set dinner for a dozen or have a family meal, sit around the double fireplace or in the spacious lounge area. Steel and glass doors open onto a wide timber deck.
The back garden has high hedges and rows of trees around lawn are. A pool, cabana and a great little kid's cubby are all in this area as well.
- Air conditioning
- Alarm system
- Two car spaces
- Three bathrooms
The property has a land size of 1,035 square metres and is for sale by offers of interest.
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