A three-storey ‘labour of love’ weekender with sweeping views across the Blue Mountains currently earning coin as a short and long-term holiday house is on the market with price expectations of between $3,000,000 to $3,300,000.
The five-bedroom home on 0.7 hectares at 50 Sublime Point Road, Leura, named Himalaya, was purchased in 2016 for $1,720,000.
The vendors, a couple from Sydney’s eastern suburbs, have an affinity with Nepal and constructed the gardens to emulate those they saw while in and around the Himalayas.
Raine & Horne Leura agent Brenton Ebzery said renovations to the home were designed by local architect Diego Villar, who just lives up the road.
“It is amazing what Diego has created and what he has done with the property, all the while keeping it in line with local regulations and the like,” he said.
“The property has been a labour of love for the vendors who purchased it as an investment and to use as a weekender and they are now ready to move on to their next adventure.
“The vendors have made two reasonably large additions to the property, renovated the entire house and rebuilt the garden.”
The home has two ensuites and two main bathrooms and a designer kitchen with Miele appliances, soft close cupboards and Caesarstone benchtops. The home also features blackbutt timber floors.