Point Piper is Australia’s most expensive suburb with a median house price of $10 million, and the neighbourhood of none other than Priminister Malcolm Turnbull. Turnbulls’ neighbours include Westfield Group Chairman Frank Lowy and Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond.
Billionaire.com this year named Wolseley Rd, Point Piper among the world’s top 10 most exclusive streets, with an average price per square meter of $61,000. It came in 6th place in a list that includes Peak Rd in Hong Kong, Upper Fifth Ave in New York and Knightsbridge in London.
If you are were looking to join the rich and famous in Point Piper look no further – 7 Wunulla Road came on the market and sold in under 1 month.
A modern architectural masterpiece, seamlessly incorporating natural elements of glass, timber and water. 5 oversized bedrooms (all with robes, 5th with wall-bed), 5 ensuite bathrooms - State of the art electronics, abundant built-ins, Gaggenau/Miele appliances, a home theatre and a lift. The piece de resistance however is its enviable situation. Vary few residences occupy an absolute Harbour front position on Australia’s most prized peninsula. The home is practically suspended above the water. The only thing that separates the residents from the Harbour is its private Pier and jetty.
Ray White Double Bay has provided a sneak peak at this piece of prime real estate heaven.