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This magnificent home in Woollahra in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs is a fabulous example of 19th century architecture. Grand with period features throughout this freestanding home has been carefully restored and renovated and boasts a full complement of modern technology.
The home was originally built for the family of Sir James Martin, a former Chief Justice in New South Wales and the namesake of the famous Martin Place in Sydney City.
The home is positioned in a leafy pocket of Woollahra which provides privacy and convenience. Only a few minutes walk to Queen Street Village and moments to Centennial Park this wonderful home will appeal to families, professionals and those that appreciate fine architecture. Westfield Bondi Junction is in easy walking distance and public transport via buses and trains is nearby.
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Rarely does an opportunity avail itself to purchase one of Newcastle’s most architecturally tasteful and modern renovated homes as this home in Bar Beach.
Such an opportunity is presented to you and features spectacular views of Bar Beach, Merewether and the beautiful coastline, and indeed the property is only a few minutes walk to the surf, sand and rock pool.
This stunning home offers provides features that every entertainer dreams of. With a formal living area that captures the glorious view of the coastline during the day, the view is just as spectacular at night, watching the activity of the active coastline.
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CLICK HERE, or Christine Watson on +61 414 352 680 or via email Christine@marquetteturner.com.au or Michael Marquette on +61 433 170 170 or via email Michael@marquetteturner.com.au
The Wanamaker-Munn Mansion in New York City: $US33 million
The Wanamaker-Munn mansion is on East 90th Street, and is for sale for those with the means!
Measuring a whopping 12,200 square feet it was last owned and occupied by Aimee de Heeren, the daughter-in-law to Fernanda W.dH.M and a well known fixture on the international high society scene with important homes New York, Palm Beach, Paris and Biarritz.
The house is extraordinarily wide at 29 feet and the perfectly proportioned public spaces include a ball room sized stair hall, a 720 square foot living room with “staggeringly high” ceilings, a 30 foot long panelled library, a dining room capable of seating well over 20 people comfortably, a huge kitchen with a serving kitchen one floor up and adjacent to the dining room, and a small reception hall off the foyer is perfect for greeting guests not important enough to warrant an invitation to climb the spectacular curving stair case to the second floor.
On the upper floors are five family bedrooms with four full and two half bathrooms. An additional five bedrooms an d two bathrooms for live in staff are located on the sixth floor and behind the kitchen sits a servant’s hall for additional staff. Like a large, elegant Parisian “hotel particulier”, the effect is extremely grand with staggeringly high ceilings and voluminous, highly decorated rooms and 10 period marble fireplaces. Thankfully, the house retains all its original details and truly represents a “moment in time”.