The Hopetoun Ave property has a $17 million-$17.5 million price gude.
A HOME on the Golden Mile owned by Surfection founder Chris Athas has hit the market with a $17 million-$17.5 million price guide.
The Burley Katon Halliday home has been owned by Mr Athas and his wife Amanda since 2001, after they paid $3.965 million.
McGrath Mosman agent Michael Coombs has the listing and said it was a truly spectacular home.
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“It was only built 10 years ago, but it looks only two years old, that is how stunning it is,” said Mr Coombs.
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The five-bedroom house has five bathrooms and a garage for four cars. The garage has underfloor heating.
It also has an internal lift, gym, main bedroom with a private balcony that has water views, a 1400 bottle wine cellar, plus a swimming pool and spa.
The top floor even has a bathroom with its own balcony.
Mr Coombs said when homes on the Golden Mile hit the market there is a sense of urgency from buyers.
“We’ve been waiting all year for something like this home to hit the market,” he said,
For lovers of art, the property even has the Mona Lisa.
The designer kitchen flows out to a large outdoor entertainment area.
“Buyers are realising that now is the time to buy in this part of Mosman. If they miss out they will probably have to wait until this time next year.”
Mr Coombs expects interest in the home to be from locals who appreciate the value of the Golden Mile and expats looking to take advantage of the weak dollar.
Mr Athas is now a senior executive at SurfStitch, an online retail store specialising in surf fashion.
If you miss out on this one, the home next door is also up for sale with a $22.5 million-$25 million price guide.
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