Property Of The Week: 1/102 Bower Street, Manly, Sydney NSW
Exclusive waterfront living in this famed suburb’s most coveted street.
Located on Manly’s waterfront and the desirable Bower Street, this exclusive designer apartment offers barefoot strolling to the sands of Shelly Beach and uninterrupted views across Cabbage Tree Bay and The Pacific.
Designed by award-winning architect Koichi Takada, the 231sqm residence sees 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms and 2-car parking effortlessly pieced together by Mim Design interiors in creating a functional home with an alluring sense of light and space.
The free-flowing design sees the kitchen act as a focal point, with a central limestone carved island alongside Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances integrated into Romani veneered oak timber cabinetry and a side bar, replete with temperature-controlled wine fridge, that extends from the space
From the kitchen, the residence seamlessly flows to dining and lounge areas – with heated marble flooring under foot, further oak cabinetry and marble flourishes.
The space makes the most of its north-east aspect, leading to a tiled seaside terrace that comes framed by sunshine and views.
Each of the three spacious bedrooms offer built-in robes, with the main also boasting marble ensuite. The remaining two bathrooms are also designer marble affairs with the main holding a standalone bath and Neorest Toto toilet.
Tech abounds throughout, driven by a Bticino smart system that activates automated lights, audio-visuals, blinds and air-conditioning.
As one of only six apartments set within the ‘Bower’ building, the property enjoys an exclusive freehold position, where other titles in the area are leased from the nearby Catholic church.
The building also provides a communal kayak storage room and access to an internal gym.
The listing is with Belle Property Manly’s Anthony Calacoci (+61 406 314 188). Price guide $5.5 million.
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