Located at 18 Lower Wycombe Rd, Neutral Bay, the apartment has a $1.75 million price guide.
THE founder and former owner of Parrots Hairdressing in Neutral Bay, Chris Stapleton, has put his apartment up for sale.
It is the first time in 50 years that two-bedroom Lower Wycombe Rd property has been put on the market.
The Agency — North agent Dino Gatti has the listing and has set a guide of $1.75 million for the renovated residence.
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“The vendors only just finished the renovation literally last week, and spared no expense — the bathroom alone cost $100,000,” he said.
Most rooms have plantation shutters.
After one week on the market, Mr Gatti has had more than 30 inquires about the property, with a couple of keen buyers already.
“We’ve had a few downsizers, as it is your typical downsizer property with the highly quality finishes,” he said.
Other interested groups have been executive couples and an investor from Perth.
One of only four apartments in the block, the top floor dwelling has views of the Harbour, city skyline and the Harbour Bridge.
The contemporary kitchen is sleek and modern.
The bathroom alone apparently cost $100,000.
The apartment also measures 129sqm internally. It also has a communal garden in the complex, that is shared with only three other neighbours.
Located on Lower Wycombe Rd, it is only a two minute walk to Hayes St Beach and Neutral Bay wharf, which has ferry services to Circular Quay and bus services to Military Rd.
It is scheduled to go to auction on November 3, unless sold prior.
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