Life At The Top
Penthouse living is synonymous with a luxury lifestyle but it’s not just about the views and privacy associated with life at the top, but buyers are looking for something that will express their individuality. Having an outdoor area to entertain, as well as to enjoy the panoramic views, is high on the wish list with buyers as is a great location close to key lifestyle attractions. We currently have a choice of four extraordinary penthouses to choose from in top locations across the east from the urban buzz of Potts Point to the natural splendour of Dover Heights.
Jason Pantzer and Haynes Wileman have just launched a sprawling penthouse at 13/170 New South Head Road, Edgecliff. Crowning a boutique block built in 1935, it’s a very unique home set back from the road and wrapped in a large terrace that captures northerly harbour views. Haynes says, “It’s a true penthouse with no common walls and features its own private lift taking you straight into the apartment for ultimate convenience and, with Edgecliff station and shops across the road, you literally have every amenity at the doorstep. The apartment offers 261sqm on title and there’s also an enormous 190sqm exclusive-use roof space which offers scope to develop, subject to approvals of course.”
Alexander Phillips and Kenji Fukushima have listed a state-of-the-art penthouse in a magical coastal setting next to the Federation Cliff Walk at 6/5 Bulga Road, Dover Heights. Occupying the entire top floor of an exclusive collection of only six, the three-bedroom penthouse gazes out over the Tasman Sea with views that stretch across the endless ocean horizon and north over the dramatic sandstone cliffs of Diamond Bay.
In the heart of Potts Point, sales agent Anthony Puntigam’s new listing at 8.02/27-41 Bayswater Road, Potts Point is perfect for those who love the pulse of city living but desire a sense of privacy. Bold, beautiful and bespoke, the three-bedroom penthouse occupies the best position in The Hensley, a landmark new building designed by internationally renowned architects Woods Bagot. Anthony says, “It’s the jewel in the crown. A prized north-east wing position, meticulous craftsmanship and superb views set this inner city penthouse in a class of its own.”
Anthony will also soon be launching a penthouse in another contemporary landmark, The Stables by Fox Johnston, at 301/150-156 Doncaster Avenue, Kensington. Anthony says, “The outlook from this north-east facing penthouse is quite unlike any other with panoramic unobstructed views over the Royal Randwick Racecourse. The marketing campaign for this trackside penthouse is scheduled to commence next month but there’s already been significant interest and it’s highly likely that it will trade off market.”
Please contact Anthony Puntigam on 0403 579 479 for further information on either The Hensley or The Stables penthouses.