Gruzman House at Darling Point sells

Gruzman House at Darling Point sells
Gruzman House at Darling Point sells

Gruzman House, the Darling Point home designed by the late architect Neville Gruzman to emulate Lloyd Wright's famous Falling Water, has been sold.

Filled with wooden ceilings and glossy timber-panelled walls, it has been restored by its current owners, Clean Energy Derivatives Corp chief Ashleigh Antflick and his wife, Suzanna Helia, who, when they purchased it eight years ago, promised the Gruzman family they would maintain the architect's legacy.

Gruzman House at Darling Point sells

 

The home's living room was once described by Sydney Opera House architect Jorn Utzon as "the best living room in Australia". Before his death in 2005 Gruzman endeavoured to leave the home to the nation, without success.

Gruzman House at Darling Point sells

 

The Oswald Street home was listed with $7.75 million hopes. Just a week after its sale the neighbour, spa entrepreneur Barry Wain has listed his home through Alison Coopes at Agency by Alison Coopes who is seeking offers by November 28.

This article was first published in The Sunday Telegraph.

Tags: 
Darling Point, Sydney 1960s Architecture

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