A Property to Keep Your Eye On
Bellevue Hill’s ‘Oculus’ For Sale
Those with a discerning eye for architecture will instantly recognise this Bellevue Hill pad as the ‘Oculus.’
Located at 73A Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, the residence is a revitalisation of the original 1960’s iconic Frank Fox house by a group of architects including Tzannes Associates, William Danger and Juliette Arnt and Sarah-Jane Pyke of Arent & Pyke Interior Designs.
We’re fond of curvature here at Robb Report, and this spiralling property has it in spades. Sitting atop approximately 942sqm of land, the partly domed roof fills the home with natural light.
Other than the obvious, the home is littered with impressive architectural features including the retractable curved glazing, which wraps around the home 270 degrees, as to not impede your garden view, alongside a cantilevered steel canopy that tops the upper balcony.
Upon entry, the first level boasts a free-form black-butt joinery screen which provides versatility to transfer between private and connected living spaces. Within the kitchen, the stone island has been fit with premium appliances and butler’s pantry while concealed sliding doors transform the space in an expansive open plan area. Party perfect.
The master bedroom is an expansive, north facing retreat with the built-in-robes and a luxurious ensuite fit with Italian stone and a custom made bathtub and shower.
On the lower level, the lawn, pool and curved spaces flow together with a huge media room, wet-bar all adding to appeal.
By the numbers, the property is privy to six bedrooms of which most have well-appointed ensuites giving the home five bathrooms and a six-car garage, with a motorised turning circle.
The home is listed with Sotheby’s Sydney’s Michael Pallier +61 417 371 522
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