Coastal designer home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million

Coastal designer home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million
Coastal designer home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million

A four-bedroom, three-bathroom coastal home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million through Snowden Jones estate agents Louise Snowden and Rick Daniel on June 30, 2020.

Designed by Mary Ellen Hudson, the 53 Palmerston Avenue property is defined by its wave-like architecture.

Located at the end of a cul-de-sac with dual street access, the home is privately walled and gated with intercom entry, a security system and CCTV. 

The house showcases oak flooring, high ceilings, margarine wall finishes, spacious living and dining with Jetmaster gas fireplace, a sculptural central staircase, Artedomus Elba marble bathrooms, Antonio Lupi baths, and Aritcolo Bocci and Serge Mouille designer lighting.

Coastal designer home in Bronte sold for .85 million

The designer kitchen with Artedomus Quartzite White Fantasy bench top has premium gas Wolf & Sub Zero appliances, warming drawer and steamers, butler's pantry, custom cabinetry, and a bespoke bar with a  wine fridge. 

All four large bedrooms do not share a common wall, and the master bedroom with a retractable wall features a bespoke walk-in robe and ensuite. 

Situated on 387 sqm of land, the home also features walls of glass which open out to a north-facing courtyard and self-watering gardens, a covered terrace with built-in Wolf barbecue, an outdoor shower and 'Rock' outdoor speakers. 

According to Domain, 23 other four-bedroom houses in Bronte have recently been sold. 

A similar four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on Dickson Street sold for $3.45 million on July 2, 2020 and another four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on Tipper Avenue sold for $4.9 million on March 16, 2020, according to Realestate.com.au.  

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Bronte Coastal

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