AJC-designed Bellevue Hill sold for first time in 54 years

AJC-designed Bellevue Hill sold for first time in 54 years
AJC-designed Bellevue Hill sold for first time in 54 years

A Bellevue Hill architect designed house with city skyline and harbour bridge views has been offered for the first time in 54 years. 

The solid brick, classic modernist style home was designed by architects Allen, Jack & Cottier, a prime example of its creators as it bares all the hallmarks of its 1960s architectural heritage.

It was listed by Michael Pallier from Sydney Sotheby's International Realty. 

Occupying approximately 684 square metres of north-west facing land, the 6 Sheldon Palace home comes with five bedrooms, kitchen with causal dining area, living and formal dining areas flow onto extensive wrap around north facing verandahs, terraces and swimming pool. 

AJC-designed Bellevue Hill sold for first time in 54 years

Other features include high ceilings, custom-made joinery and glass sliding doors. 

It also comes with an additional self-contained guest pavilion/rumpus/nanny quarters with independent access.

The suburb's median house price sits on $5.45 million, according to CoreLogic. 

AJC-designed Bellevue Hill sold for first time in 54 years

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