Lippman Partnership-designed Vaucluse house fails to sell

Lippman Partnership-designed Vaucluse house fails to sell
Lippman Partnership-designed Vaucluse house fails to sell

A Lippmann Partnership renovation - which was once a fisherman’s cottage - failed to sell at weekend auction.

Marketed as a clever and eco-friendly design, with most materials being recycled, the three bedroom Davies Avenue had $2.5 million hopes through Ballard agent Alan Fettes.

It came with sound-proofed timber panels which created a sleek aesthetic.

A bank of skylights kept the fresh air circulating but closed in wet weather, thanks to sensors.

The two-storey home comes with open gallery like spaces with soaring double-height ceilings.

The extensive use of glass achieves a dramatic light-box effect complemented by unique industrial design elements.

A private courtyard with heated pool and BBQ sit on the 232 square metre grounds.

It is close to Parsley Bay and Gibsons Beach.

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