It has taken two years with chef Stefano Manfredi finally selling his custom-built Way Way, NSW mid-north coast retreat.
There was a $3.3 million initial asking price for the 3.3ha ridge-top holding, with its sale at a record $2.2 million through Peter Stone at Real Estate of Distinction Bellingen when bought by Mark and Melanie Gianoutsos.
It’s a corrugated iron-clad beach house designed by Luigi Rosselli. It comes with northerly views across the valley to the ocean at Scotts Head and up the coast to Nambucca Heads.
The home features four bedrooms as well as a separate studio.
The origins of Way Way House started around 20 years ago with friends who surfed.
Their brief to Rosselli was a holiday house for two families — one for Manfredi and the other for his then brand manager Sally Hunter.
There’s a chef-designed kitchen with concrete benchtops.
Way Way’s prices hit $1.7 million in 2017, and again last year.
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