This residence in the popular Wharf Terraces complex at Woolloomooloo comes with its own private 15m marina berth on title.
The 275 sqm ground-floor property at 14/10 Lincoln Crescent, with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and double garage, would be perfect for a downsizer, upsizer or even a family who appreciates the finer things in life.
It’s been a much-loved home for more than two decades of Alexandra Yuille, who bought it for $2,650,000.
She was one of the first residents, buying it off the plan. Ms Yuille is now making a sea change.
The property is up for sale in an expressions of interest campaign through Daphne Sauvage of Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty and Jason Boon and Geoff Cox of Richardson and Wrench Elizabeth Bay. The price guide is $6 million.
A treat awaits the purchaser. As Ms Sauvage says: “It offers a unique lifestyle being such a large apartment close to the city, with a marina berth on your doorstep and such fine restaurants close by.”
It truly is a house-like residence, with a huge open-plan living, dining and entertainment space that opens to a large terrace with point-blank harbour views.
There’s a luxury gas kitchen, marble bathrooms as well as an integrated surround-sound, television, and sophisticated lighting system.
The fourth bedroom could serve as a study.
Along with secure parking, other benefits of living in the complex, which consists of 34 four-bedroom residences, include a 24-hour concierge, gym and spa.
The Wharf Terraces are just a short walk from a range of famous eateries at Woollomooloo Wharf, including seafood and steak at Manta or Kingsleys and the award-winning Italian restaurant Otto.
It’s also only a short hike to the CBD, Art Gallery of NSW and Boy Charlton pool.