Relaxed coastal 1900's Manly home sold

Relaxed coastal 1900's Manly home sold
Relaxed coastal 1900's Manly home sold

An early 1900's home in Manly has been sold after a recent facelift. There had been $3.5 million price guidance.

Complete with a contemporary redesign by Environa Studio's Tone Wheeler, the Smith Street home sits behind a classic panelled facade hidden away behind a large frangipani.

It was listed by Louise Crompton, the former marketing director of Expedia Australia and New Zealand, and her husband Alex.

They paid $2,060,000 in 2010.

They could hear the waves crashing at night.

Relaxed coastal 1900's Manly home sold

Clarke & Humel agent Michael Clarke described the home as evoking the very essence of relaxed coastal style.

Set in 280 sqm of landscaped gardens near Manly Beach, the home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

A covered entertainers' terrace leads off the living and dining areas.

 

 

 

 

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