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Seriously Curvelious Form in Bellevue Hill

By Todd Alexander

SYDNEY’s prestige specialist Ray White Double Bay managing director Elliott Placks has labelled 86B Victoria Road as “the best house in Bellevue Hill”.

The award winning Luigi Rosselli designed home is a prestigious masterpiece set on 1,650sq m and synonymous with modernist appeal and architectural inspiration.

With a price guide of $20M, this spectacular home recently won the Master Builders Association award for the best renovation over $4M in 2018.

“With immaculate finishes, this property is a dream,” said Mr Placks, who is marketing the property with his associate Ashley Bierman. also of Ray White Double Bay.

The house has been owned by Anthony Halas, and his wife Andie Halas for almost eight years.

Mr Halas was the major shareholder and CEO of Seafolly for 20 years.  Over that time Seafolly became the world’s largest independent specialty swimwear brand. In 2014 the business was sold to L Catterton Private Equity, who own LVMH.

This five bedroom and 5.5 bathroom home with gated entry has ample parking for five cars with its impeccable gardens designed by well known landscape architect William Dangar.

“The house is set back from the road for the utmost privacy, with a full floodlit tennis court, pool, spa, gym,” Mr Placks said.

The home opens onto a selection of living spaces showcasing curvilinear forms effortlessly uniting with mid century detail, enhancing space and light.

A superbly designed floorplan results in the ultimate of seamless indoor outdoor’ living and a lifestyle of extraordinary entertaining.

View the listing here

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