One of only two Harry Seidler-designed homes in Castle Cove has come to market for the first time since it was built in 1982.
Known as Dr Basser house, after Dr Leon Basser, for whom it was designed, it is regarded as one of the most intact examples of a late 20th century Seidler house.
And it comes with a rare seal of approval from Penelope Seidler.
She was both the wife and professional partner of Harry Seidler, who died in 2006, and remains director of Harry Seidler and Associates.
“Dr Basser House is a unique, fine Seidler house with its original Seidler-designed interior and fit-out and Seidler-specified furnishings – only one tap, flush button and one toilet lid has changed,” she said.
“This home is for people who want a mint Seidler – it is a robust house in good condition and there are few original Seidler houses left.
“It is a unique chance to live in a historical work of art which will endure the test of time.”
Craig Ireson and Sharon Ireson have been appointed to sell 11 Padulla Place, Castle Cove.
They plan to take it to auction on June 5, with a price guide of $4.75 million.
“This is one of only two Seidler houses in the suburb,” Mr Ireson said.
“The Seidler name is very well regarded and we’re chuffed to be able to market it.”
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