Guy Crick-designed art deco Russell Lea house sold for $5.15 million

Guy Crick-designed art deco Russell Lea house sold for $5.15 million
Guy Crick-designed art deco Russell Lea house sold for $5.15 million

An art deco freestanding Russell Lea house has been sold for $5.15 million making it Sydney’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 26 Clements Street, the P&O inspired residence commands a double block that overlooks Iron Cove Bay.

Designed in 1939 by Guy Crick, a well-known architect, the two-storey home has a frontage of 24 metres and sits on an 934 sqm parcel of land.

There is potential to renovate, recreate or develop as two luxury homes STCA and has dual driveways with gated access.

Guy Crick-designed art deco Russell Lea house sold for .15 million

Three bedrooms plus a separate studio are available while the master has views and spa ensuite.

Free-flowing living, dining and sitting rooms are available along with modern gas kitchen.

There is also a lock-up garage.

The property was offered through Warwick Williams Real Estate agents Adrian Sereni and Warwick Williams.

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