Beautiful bamboo fencing running around the rear garden of this Bella Vista Waters property is a telltale sign it offers another level of glamour.
The near new six bedroom mansion hit the market this week with a price guide of $3.3m to $3.4m through Merc Real Estate.
Located in one of the suburbs most exclusive tree-lined streets, its extraordinary finishes include a marble kitchen island bench that lights up and a dramatically styled home cinema room with ceiling painted in black.
Just off the entry is a purpose-built gymnasium; while the two-metre built-in tropical aquarium is currently serviced by a company that can change the colour of the fish to match the owner’s vibe.
“It is amazing, the guy comes every six weeks and if they want yellow fish or orange fish, he creates it to how they feel – it is really cool and not something I have seen before,” said agent Mechlenne Douaihy.
“This home has a lot of extra quality features, there are just so many things to talk about.
“It is luxurious and top of the line – when people walk in they are like ‘this is another level of finish’.”
The architecturally designed 14-month-old double storey home has been designed to capture a view of its 11m swimming pool and adjoining spa, from every angle.
This is achieved through huge windows – some as high as 5.7m in height – throughout both the lower and upper level, which fills the interior with natural light.
There is a fully-fitted butler’s pantry just off the industrial-style kitchen to keep the everyday mess out of sight, plus gas cooking and a double oven. Its showstopping island bench, made from New York marble, was specially imported.
Left-over pieces were used on the outdoor bar and a table set-up in the travertine alfresco area. This idyllic outdoor entertainment terrace is accessed through stacker doors and overlooks the pool.
“It is beautifully designed, it’s so smart, you don’t even know where you are,” Ms Douaihy said.
In total, there are five bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes and most with their own ensuite. A large study could be used as a sixth bedroom.
The home is located in the exclusive Bella Vista Waters estate where every residence must meet a strict design covenant. It is also within walking distance to the Sydney Metro Northwest.
While the Hills prestige market enters uncharted territory due to the coronavirus pandemic, Ms Douaihy is confident buyers with available finance will remain active.
“People will still buy and sell, especially if they are in the situation where they have money and can buy,” she said.
“If they are relying too much on banks or they are concerned, then some of them will drop off but I think the buyers that are prepared and have approval will be active – we don’t have much stock and they have been waiting for a while.”