Coastal designer home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million

Coastal designer home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

A four-bedroom, three-bathroom coastal home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million through Snowden Jones estate agents Louise Snowden and Rick Daniel on June 30, 2020.

Designed by Mary Ellen Hudson, the 53 Palmerston Avenue property is defined by its wave-like architecture.

Located at the end of a cul-de-sac with dual street access, the home is privately walled and gated with intercom entry, a security system and CCTV. 

The house showcases oak flooring, high ceilings, margarine wall finishes, spacious living and dining with Jetmaster gas fireplace, a sculptural central staircase, Artedomus Elba marble bathrooms, Antonio Lupi baths, and Aritcolo Bocci and Serge Mouille designer lighting.

Coastal designer home in Bronte sold for $5.85 million

The designer kitchen with Artedomus Quartzite White Fantasy bench top has premium gas Wolf & Sub Zero appliances, warming drawer and steamers, butler's pantry, custom cabinetry, and a bespoke bar with a  wine fridge. 

All four large bedrooms do not share a common wall, and the master bedroom with a retractable wall features a bespoke walk-in robe and ensuite. 

Situated on 387 sqm of land, the home also features walls of glass which open out to a north-facing courtyard and self-watering gardens, a covered terrace with built-in Wolf barbecue, an outdoor shower and 'Rock' outdoor speakers. 

According to Domain, 23 other four-bedroom houses in Bronte have recently been sold. 

A similar four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on Dickson Street sold for $3.45 million on July 2, 2020 and another four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on Tipper Avenue sold for $4.9 million on March 16, 2020, according to  

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