New Portsea trophy home sold by Simonds Group's Rhett Simonds

New Portsea trophy home sold by Simonds Group's Rhett Simonds
New Portsea trophy home sold by Simonds Group's Rhett Simonds

A newly built Portsea home, cantilevered on something like a lawned sand dune, has been sold.

It was listed with $3.5 million to $3.75 million hopes. 

It was sold by Simonds Group director Rhett Simonds.

The glass house, mostly concealed from view, was crafted with simple clean lines to create a seemingly endless home.

It sits on land that was part of the subdivision of Tintagel Farm which dated back to the 1800s.

Designed by FGR Architects Melbourne, it is described as Portsea's own modern marvel by Kay & Burton Portsea listing agents Liz Jensen and Lorna Duffy.

Close to the Back Beach with sweeping coastal views, the single level plan has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The sleek open plan living and kitchen areas open to a gas heated pool.

The vacant 3,460 square metre Wildcoast Road parcel sold for $1,125,000 in 2015.

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Architecture Portsea

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