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Perfect Point Piper

By Danielle Banton

For those looking for a slice of perfection, Number 26 could be just the ticket, says Elliot Placks  of Ray White Double Bay. There is nothing-fake about 26 Wolseley road. This 6 bedroom 1920’s home is the ultimate period masterpiece, expertly designed by renowned architect of the time Hardy Wilson .

Located on arguably the most expensive road in the world, its formal drawing room has an original fireplace and grand French doors that open to a magnificent view of the Sydney Harbour. The home is an eclectic fusion of old and new, its period features lovingly restored – With expansive living areas and vast proportions this may very well be the worlds’ most perfect home.

The location is ideal for families and businessmen, within minutes from Double Bay Village shops, cosmopolitan eateries, buses and prestigious schools.

The home is on the market by expressions of interest as marketed by Ray White Double Bay.

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