Property Of The Week: 1 Wingadal Place, Point Piper – NSW
We’ve never seen a ceiling like this.
There’s ‘dress circle’ – and then there’s Sydney’s Point Piper.
A luxury parcel in the city’s east, it has no peer – stunning harbour views pouring into most residences of what is a tightly-held enclave that’s a firm favourite among industry chiefs, politicians, fashion designers, actors, architects, more.
Enter 1 Wingadal Place and you’ll immediately be moved by a bold design narrative that still presents as homely and also marries elements of alluring modernism with unique offerings, such as a hand-wrought vaulted copper ceiling on the top level that reflects the sunlight as it sets over the water.
Indoor-outdoor living is also at the forefront of this homes design combining 5-bedrooms, 6-bathrooms in one of only three absolute waterfront properties of Wingadal Place on the Point Piper peninsula.
Positioned on 961-square-metres of land, the home also boasts alfresco terraces, two kitchens and a poolside studio/cabana (and what a pool it is) alongside an expansive entertaining area set on grounds landscaped by Craig Burton.
Designed by Australian architects James Stockwell and Jonathan Temple, as well as Collings + Turner, this astute property also delivers on eco design principles, featuring photovoltaic panels, grey water recycling system and solar hydronic heating in the bathrooms.
Aside from becoming lost in that aforementioned ceiling, 1 Wingadal Place also celebrates the finest in local materials – Wondabyne sandstone and Karri wood complement the European marble finishes throughout the home.
The impressive main kitchen boasts Gaggenau and Siemens appliances with integrated marble-faced cabinetry with a second gas kitchen sat poolside.
Four of the five bedrooms come with walk-in wardrobes and ensuites – think more European marble, oversized showers and heated floors – while the lower level garage has space for four cars.
The listing is with Luke Hogan of Raine & Horne Potts Point +61 408 490 490, POA.
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