Susan Rothwell-designed Rose Bay beachfront home has $20m price guide
The Rose Bay beachfront home of the late Susan Feller, OAM, has hit the market with a $20 million guide via the managing director of Sotheby’s International, Michael Pallier.
The five-bedroom residence on a 705 sqm block at 5 Collins Ave last traded for $4,150,000 in 1989.
But it was rebuilt four years ago and designed by the leading architect Susan Rothwell.
Mrs Feller won her Order of Australia medal in 2008 for service to children with intellectual disabilities, particularly through Randwick’s Joseph Varga School.
The school caters specifically for children with a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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Her amazing home has panoramic views across Sydney Harbour taking in the city skyline and Harbour Bridge.
But best of all, it has private access directly onto the sandy shores of Rose Bay Beach.
The ground level has formal and informal living spaces flowing to manicured gardens, level lawns and sandstone paved terraces.
There’s a state-of-the-art galley-style kitchen with high-end appliances and zinc benchtops.
Take the cantilevered staircase or the lift to the bedrooms on the two levels above.
Dean Parkinson, long-term Chadwicks model and founder of the Honeywagons fleet of makeup vans and his wife, Deborah, have sold their Tamarama home for $4.75 million pre-auction through McGrath agent Simon Exleton.
The Kenneth St home had a $4.25 million guide ahead of the August 3 scheduled auction.
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The buyer was a local Bondi entrepreneur, one of 110 to tour the home.
Mr Exleton issued 10 contracts and five groups competed above the price guide.
During the extensive Wentworth Courier campaign he also secured the off market deal on 1 Philip St, Bondi for close to 2.7 million after selling it last year for 2.45 million.
Property records show the home is owned by Michael Todd, chief executive officer at OnePointHealth.
Dentist listing (1)
The Tamarama investment property of Rose Bay dental prosthetist David Sukiennik and his wife Kim Jacobs is attracting strong interest via Ray White Unlimited North Bondi’s Ron Bauer and Lisa Dwyer.
The block of flats at 71 Fletcher St (pictured) features four semi-sized two bedroom residences.
The top floor has water views over Tamarama.
The guide is $5 million for the August 14 auction.
Dentist listing (2)
Another dentist selling is Double Bay’s Sandra Short, who has her Woolloomooloo wharf apartment (504/6 Cowper Wharf Rd) with Ray White Double Bay’s Nic Krasnostein.
The guide is $2.4 million