A stately family manor in Sydney’s prestigious suburb of Vaucluse will test your skill.
The four-bedroom, seven-bathroom property at 2/2A Black Street is on offer with a price guide of $29.5 million and features a life-sized chess set on the rooftop.
Agent Michael Pallier of Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty is accepting expressions of interest for the opulent mansion that offers breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour.
The four-level home is described as a “stately family manor of unequivocal decadence” on the listing and it’s little wonder, with its resort-style amenities.
2/2A Black Street, Vaucluse, NSW
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Alongside the life-sized chess set, there’s also a lap pool, rooftop spa, steam room, alfresco cooking station, games room, wine cellar and a bespoke bar.
The mansion also features an outdoor shower by the pool – a bold trend.
Other standout features are the terraces on all four levels that offer incredible harbor views and the glamorous interior aesthetic.
Rooms are ornate with timber floorboards, whitewashed walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, chandeliers, ornate fireplaces in the living areas, statement wallpaper and sheer white drapes in the bedrooms.
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Domain’s latest data reveals the median house price for Vaucluse is $8.8 million, an increase of 25.4 per cent from last year.
The suburb has seen 26 four-bedroom homes sold this year. Vaucluse has a population of 9,335, and the age demographic is 40 to 59 years.