Rare DA Approved Development Site In A Dress-Circle Setting
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Unique to the market, this freestanding mid century property comes with DA approved plans by leading architects MHNDU for a boutique collection of five luxurious private residences. In a dress-circle enclave renowned as one of Bellevue Hill's finest addresses, the level 1,056sqm site features a sunny north to rear aspect with views to the ocean and harbour, and an incredible sense of privacy. Designed to take full advantage of the vista, the approved plans reveal a visionary approach to luxury living with a design that forges a close connection with nature supported by state of the art technology and the convenience of level lift access to parking. Beautifully crafted interiors, private alfresco spaces and a dual level penthouse make this an incredible opportunity for the developer in an exclusive location between the coastal playgrounds of Rose Bay and Bondi Beach.
• DA approval for five new high-end residences all with secure parking • A sleek sculptural form designed to connect with place and landscape • No common walls, house-like proportions and private outdoor spaces • 4 x 3 bedroom apartments and 1 x two storey penthouse residence • Garden apartment with a 51sqm alfresco terrace and 117sqm garden • Considered design, beautifully crafted interiors and high end finishes • Exceptional opportunity for the investor, developer or SMSF buyer • Potential to adapt the plans to suit or to renovate the original home • 17m street frontage, plentiful natural light, lush north facing garden • Approved plans capitalise on tranquil views to Bondi and the ocean • 1km to Bondi Beach, 1.5km to Westfield Bondi Junction • Easy access to the city, close to Double Bay and harbour attractions
Paul Langsam - Raine & Horne 0412 375 551
Joseph Raskin - Sydney Sotheby's International Realty 0423 376 667
Features include: Ensuite, Built in wardrobes, Balcony / Deck
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