Buy one of Fairfield’s ‘best homes’
A cutting-edge contemporary design makes this new residence “one of the best homes in Fairfield”.
That’s the verdict of McGrath Northcote selling agent Anthony De Iesi, who said the striking pad by C. Kairouz Architects had serious street presence thanks to its hyper-modern facade, with a set-back front door that makes way for a double-height foyer.
Dramatic proportions continue throughout the property at 231 Gillies St — which has a $2.9-$3.1 million price guide — in its oversized rooms and floor-to-ceiling windows.
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“The way it’s designed means northern light comes through all the double-glazed windows,” Mr De Iesi said.
A vast living and dining zone makes up most of the ground floor and features a fireplace and a marble kitchen with Miele appliances and a butler’s pantry.
It leads out to a dreamy north-facing alfresco area and pool, and is complemented by an upstairs retreat and a versatile downstairs study or rumpus room.
A “master wing” is the pick of the five bedrooms, offering a glam dressing room, big ensuite and balcony access.
The property’s expressions of interest campaign closes April 18.