Luxury Clontarf waterfront mansion sells to Chinese Buyers exceeding expectation
18 Jun 2014
A luxury Clontarf mansion featuring cutting-edge smart technology has been sold for around $7 million.
The tri-level home, designed by architects Smith and Tzannes, is the third-highest sale on the northern beaches for 2014.
The Clontarf home had renovated the waterfront property extensively to focus on entertaining with huge glass sliding walls maximising the stunning harbourside position.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is just moments from Sandy Bay, Clontarf Beach and the marina.
The Chinese-born buyers paid more than the advertised price of over $6.9 million.
Among a long list of inclusions that take entertaining and family living to the next level, the home has a state-of the art home cinema, mood lighting, soaring acoustic ceilings, a 10-speaker sound system and a hidden wine cellar.
Multiple terraces mean there are places to soak up the view on every level.
The contemporary dream home also has a double-sided eco-smart fireplace and features an array of natural materials, including a zinc-topped triple garage, spotted gum timber doors, limestone flooring and some sandstone walls.