An opulent Bella Vista home with a unique circular floorplan, fetched $3.045m after just one open inspection.
The five bedroom residence has now become the fifth most expensive property to sell in the blue ribbon suburb and the highest sale this year, according to CoreLogic RP Data.
Architecturally designed around a central granite spiral staircase, the luxury home also features a curved kitchen, walls and windows and what is described as ‘majestically’ high ceilings.
Agent Mechlenne Douaihy from Merc Real Estate said the lavish interior is like a five-star hotel.
“We sold it on the first VIP night to our data base — which was the only time that we opened it,” Ms Douaihy said.
“There is still good demand in Bella Vista and while this home is around 10 years old, buyers like properties that have something different to offer.”
Located at 16 Stonybrook Terrace in the prestigious Bella Vista Waters Estate, the home won the Hills Innovative Architectural Design award back in 2011.
It was purchased by a buyer from Canberra who had driven up to specially attend the VIP function.
While from the street the facade appears a contemporary square shape, inside it its quite different.
The layout flows around the sweeping staircase to the curved rear of the home with enormous ceiling void. There is a curved open plan formal lounge area as well as family, living and dining rooms leading to a separate play area for youngsters.
The kitchen also features a large curved island bench with overhanging pendant lights.
Each of the home’s five bedrooms have their own walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.
Just off the rear of the home is a heated pool and resort style outdoor entertainment area with built-in barbecue and kitchen.
The residential record price in Bella Vista is held by 30 Bridgeview Circuit which sold for $3.45m in April last year.