The second penthouse in John Singleton’s Gosford Bonython tower has sold for $1.6 million.
Sold by Stephen Gittoes and Richard Faulkner of Gittoes East Gosford, the three-bedroom apartment at 1301/159 Mann St passed in at auction but sold a week later to a local couple.
According to Gittoes, the purchasers were initially looking to buy the apartment when it was first offered off the plan.
The sale price equals that of the other record-setting penthouse in the Bonython tower, which set a new benchmark for high-rise living in Gosford last year.
Property developer and advertising tycoon John Singleton, who famously said he was “sick and tired of waiting” for the coast’s capital to take off, said that he wanted “as many people as possible to live the dream of owning the best units or office space in the best location, in the heart of the Gosford CBD.”
Built by award-winning locals Stevens Construction, Bonython Tower has changed the landscape of Gosford by bringing a premium residential building and restaurant into the heart of the city.
Features of the high-end penthouse include a large terrace and two balconies, marble bench tops, timber floors, travertine tiling, individual airconditioning controls, dual roller blinds, two freestanding car spaces and lock up storage cages and commanding views over the town centre and Brisbane Waters.