Troy Daffy's Ascot trophy home hits the market

Troy Daffy's Ascot trophy home hits the market
Troy Daffy's Ascot trophy home hits the market

A modern three level Ascot home has hit the market.

The Palm Avenue residence was the project of property developer Troy Daffy, who owns Silverstone Group, and wife Caroline, who have just upgraded to Windermere, one of the suburb's most historic houses.

In mid-2015 they paid $3.03 million for the vacant 1,265 sqm Palm Avenue block, which had just a few trees on, before taking on the build themselves which took a year to complete.

The contemporary home, comprising 1,255 sqm of living space, 

The master bedroom has its own wing, with his and hers wardrobes, a dressing area, an ensuite and a balcony.

The open plan kitchen, living and dining space opens to the outdoor entertaining area where there's an outdoor kitchen with BeefEater barbecue and stone benchtops. It adjoins the mosaic glass heated swimming pool. A synthetic grass tennis court sits on the other side of the home.

The underground level has an intimate wine cellar with a feature black ceiling and LED lighting, a pool room, second kitchen and an entertaining space, which has a under the water view of the swimming pool.

Ray White New Farm agents Matt Lancashire and Hamish Bowman have the listing.

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