Ed Lippmann-designed Wahroonga home listed with $4.6 million hopes

Ed Lippmann-designed Wahroonga home listed with $4.6 million hopes
Ed Lippmann-designed Wahroonga home listed with $4.6 million hopes

A mid-century influenced residence nestled on a lush Wahroonga block has been listed for sale.

The Ed Lippmann-designed house has been listed through Jesse Zammit from Belle Property with $4.6 million to $4.8 million hopes.

With 365 square metres of internal space, the four bedroom, four bathroom Hillcrest Street offering, set just off Water Street, has been listed by Amanda and Norman Mighell. 

The couple purchased the property in 1998, then re-built in 2001 with the assistance of specialist Japanese garden designer, Ken Lamb of Imperial Gardens. 

Its grand six metre atrium entrance features a Japanese internal courtyard complete with pond and waterfall.

The rear garden, that features an 11 metre pool, comes with an irrigation system sourced from  a 30,000-litre underground concrete water storage.

The interiors too have a distinct Japanese elements including the Shoji screens between rooms.

The 1,015 square metre cul-de-sac offering had been initially listed with $4.9 million hopes.

Ed Lippmann-designed Wahroonga home listed with .6 million hopes

It's an easy stroll to the station, a selection of Sydney's best private schools, parks, and village shops.

Ed Lippmann-designed Wahroonga home listed with .6 million hopes 

Nestled on a 1,015 square metre block, the home situated at 4 Hillcrest Street, Wahroonga comes with three bedrooms, self-contained parent's retreat/office/fourth bedroom, family room with adjoining meal area and kitchen, and separate formal dining overlooking the Japanese styled gardens.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian.

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