The former Meadow Lea home has been transformed into the ultimate in contemporary homes, including double-height floor-to-ceiling windows and an eight-person elevator.
A never-before-lived house in East Lindfield with an eight-person lift, heated swimming pool and 1,162 sq m block has hit the market with an $8.5 million guide and top-notch neighbors.
22A Sydney Rd is an architect-designed double-brick house built on part of the former grounds of Meadow Lea, the large Art Deco estate created for margarine industrialist James Armstrong.
The premier estate is now owned by Victoria’s Basement co-founder Daniel Kalanderian, who bought it for $1,415,000 in 1996.
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He had tried to sell the whole site in 2014 with expectations of $10 million, but later cut off the 1162 sq m part of the land for the construction of the new house.
Agent William Chan, of Marshall. Chan. Yahl North Shore, says the brand new home is a 2020 masterpiece and one of East Lindfield’s most prestigious landholdings.
The five bedroom house is on the high side of the street, a short walk to town buses and a short walk to village shops and the local public school.
It has double height floor-to-ceiling glass, wide-plank American oak hardwood floors and a curved oak staircase, expansive open-plan living areas and a designer marble kitchen with a butler’s pantry.
“Every luxuries imaginable have been included to provide the ultimate lifestyle sanctuary for growing, multi-generational families,” Chan said.
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Originally published as East Lindfield’s new home on the Meadow Lea grounds, it has an eight-person lift and heated swimming pool