French Provincial-style trophy home in Vaucluse listed

French Provincial-style trophy home in Vaucluse listed
French Provincial-style trophy home in Vaucluse listed

A Vaucluse French Provincial-style home located close to the beach has hit the market. 

It has been listed by Mark Allan from Mark Allan Property Consultants, some 12 years after the $3 million building costs estimate was approved by Woollahra Council. 

The Wentworth Road home was originally designed by award winning Bill Watson of Daybreak Architects and built by Expertise Building and Construction.

It features vintage French chandeliers, gold plated fixtures and fittings, selected fine art and imported furniture.

With the Master application of Feng Shui by Simone Engelman, the home was redone by designer Ruth Meli 10 years ago and has a glass-fronted infinity pool inspired by the design of a hotel pool in Capri. 

On a 762 square metre allotment near the park and local beaches, the home comprises four bedrooms, fully stocked library or home office, formal living and separate dining, open plan kitchen and family area, wine cellar and home cinema. 

French Provincial-style trophy home in Vaucluse listed

Other highlights of the home include hand-painted walls, landscaped internal courtyards, custom glass windows, and secure parking for six cars.

It features underfloor power and data, solar panels, C-Bis technology and Bang Olufsen remote surround sound inside and out.

It is within close proximity to boutiques, shops, cafes and the Rose Bay ferry to Circular Quay, Milsons Point and Barangaroo.

French Provincial-style trophy home in Vaucluse listed

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