Michael Dysart-designed Darling Point mansion listed

Michael Dysart-designed Darling Point mansion listed
Michael Dysart-designed Darling Point mansion listed

The latest listing on prestigious Lindsay Avenue, Darling Point is the home of retired car dealer Laurie Sutton.

The luxury Michael Dysart-designed mansion home, set above McKell Park, was influenced by the design aesthetic of Kyoto's imperial palace built around an imposing two-storey atrium.

The five bedroom, seven bathroom home integrates with the natural environment.

Entry to the home is through a grand stone entrance and a panelled door made from zinc.

There is a heated swimming pool, with gun-barrel Harbour views, along with its lift accessed 10 car garage.

Alison Coopes at Alison Coopes Agency has given the home a $35 million price tag.

It has currently been on market for 35 days, for sale through an expressions of interest campaign closing April 17.

Last sold in 20007 the home traded for $18.25 million.

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Darling Point, Sydney

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