Soak up the view — from the bathtub — at this handsome home in Cremorne.
The property showcases a sensational view of the city and harbour, but it’s the bath that encapsulates the luxury of living here.
Just fold back the plantation shutters, sit in a warm bath and enjoy the view through shoulder-height windows. The view also lights up at night like a glittering prize.
The 180-degree panorama of the harbour, from the eastern suburbs to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge also grabs your attention from the living areas, the balconies and two of the bedrooms.
According to the agents, this property, at 20 Bertha Rd, Cremorne, would appeal to downsizers or an executive couple who want the convenience of living mainly on one level while having the flexibility of more accommodation.
The main level also features open plan kitchen, living and dining, illuminated by an atrium-style window, and opening through glass door to a generous balcony.
The next level down is a comfortable layout of two bedrooms, bathroom and second living room.
There’s also an additional casual family room on the third level, with internal access to a double garage. This bonus room is adaptable as an office, media room or fourth bedroom.
A handy lift accesses all levels.
The current owners describe the house as a comfort and pleasure to live in, with a view that changes spectacularly from night to day.
The location is convenient, and they can walk to “absolutely everything”.
The home has a European feel, with wrought-iron balustrades and French provincial kitchen.
It’s a home that would certainly appeal to downsizers who can’t see a lifetime of their cherished possessions fitting into a stark, modern apartment,
And, of course, it’s perfect for downsizers who love a bath.
The property goes to auction on July 11, with a guide of $5 million.
For more information contact Bernard Ryan, or Benoit Guittonneau, from Ray White Lower North Shore.