With a glass walled wine cellar, a striking kitchen and underfloor heating, this high-end contemporary residence in Sydney’s north west is proving to be popular.
Nearly 3000 people have viewed the listing ad of the Glenhaven property since 28A Mills Rd came to market over a week ago.
However it is the home theatre that has been buyer talking with it featuring a 3.5m built-in aquarium — not something that comes to mind for many when it comes to watching a movie.
The well presented property is being offered to buyers for the first time in three years and is being marketed as one of Glenhaven’s “finest homes”.
McGrath — Castle Hill’s David Choy is guiding $3.95 million throughout the expressions of interest campaign. Mr Choy said he has received strong inquiry volumes from locals, but also those in the inner west and the north shore.
“The north shore buyers are finding very good value for money in Glenhaven as a property like this in their area would be worth three times what we are quoting,” he said.
The 1187sqm property has a gated entrance, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a triple garage. At the front are two striking water features either side the main entrance.
Inside the home is defined by its high ceilings, contemporary styling and the glass walled wine cellar beside the staircase.
There is also a home theatre with a night sky ceiling and foot lights, while the 3.5m salt water aquarium is also visible from the living room on the other side.
The main bedroom is also unusual in that the ensuite has no walls, so the bathtub and vanity is visible. The toilet however is hidden behind privacy glass.
Outside has an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven, manicured gardens and solar panels on the roof.
Mr Choy said the property was ultra modern and was fitted out to the highest possible standard.
“Everything you see inside is all top end appliances, finishes and products,” he said.
Expressions of interest are due to close on July 22.
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