$5.15 million Winten-built Pyrmont penthouse tops weekly apartment sales

The top selling penthouse was designed by Arent and Pyke

$5.15 million Winten-built Pyrmont penthouse tops weekly apartment sales
$5.15 million Winten-built Pyrmont penthouse tops weekly apartment sales

The $5.15 million sale of a Pyrmont apartment topped the weekly sales of apartments and townhouses across the nation.

The three bedroom, three bathroom 265sqm penthouse in the Winten-built Watermark Pavillion on Point Street was designed by Arent and Pyke.

It has views across the harbour towards the harbour bridge and city skyline with a north east aspect.

The complex at 24-26 Point Road has resort facilities including a 25 metre lap pool and gym.

"It was truly a one off opportunity for the discerning luxury buyer," said selling agent James Crow at Morton & Morton Real Estate.

It last sold at $3 million in 2014.

The next priciest sale was $4,565,000 for a three bedroom apartment at Freshwater through Clarke & Humel.

The penthouse is in a late 1970s block of five at 69 Undercliff Road.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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