Once in a generation waterfront Northbridge offering fetches $9.3 million

Once in a generation waterfront Northbridge offering fetches $9.3 million
Once in a generation waterfront Northbridge offering fetches $9.3 million

A waterfront house at Northrbidge has been sold for $9.3 million making it Sydney’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 67 Coolawin Road, the once in a generation opportunity sits on a 1890 sqm block of land.

Featuring panoramic 180 degree vistas overlooking  the picture-perfect Middle Harbour waters.

It has an extensive garden that leads to a private boat house and pontoon along with wide level garden frontage.

A lounge and glass-enclosed sunroom is available with the sunroom having views.

Separate rumpus, original open plan kitchen and dining areas are also featured.

Upstairs are three bedrooms that captures the harbour while the master bedroom has its own ensuite and access to a wraparound terrace.

Once in a generation waterfront Northbridge offering fetches .3 million

A swimming pool is a possibility pending a renovation along with a double garage.

Less than 150 metres walk to buses that goes to the CBD while golf clubs, shops and cafes are just a short stroll away as is the Northbridge Sailing Club.

The property was offered through Shead Property agents Isabella Yan and Dick Crampton.

The home at 67 Coolawin Road Northbridge attracted 12 registered bidders.

The home has been owned by Dr Frederick Stephens - now 102-years-old - for 51 years. 

Dr Stephens was a pioneer of medical research, dedicating much of his time to developing a machine that monitored blood flow whilst a patient was under a general anesthetic.

His machine took home the ABC's Inventor of the Year award in 1979.

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