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13 Queens St has views of the harbour. Image supplied.
  • The property sits on a 885 sqm block
  • Has an almost 30-metre frontage on the famous harbour
  • No shortage of demand for prestige properties despite slowdown across Sydney

A tri-level Vaucluse trophy home has made its way to Sydney market, with similar properties attracting as much as $62 million.

The 13 Queens Avenue property occupies an 885 sqm block with an almost 30-metre frontage on the famous harbour.

Bill Malouf of Highland Double Bay Malouf, who is exclusively marketing the property, noted it is rare to find whereby every room has a unique panorama of the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Rose Bay and the Sydney CBD.

“We’re not talking about a mere glimpse of landmark sights; we’re talking corner to corner vistas of a truly world class standard.”

“This property presents a fleeting opportunity to secure a residence with a timeless appeal, set in the heart of one of the most prestigious harbourside neighbourhoods.”

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All three levels feature harbour views. Image supplied.

The property has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a home theatre, massage room, outdoor terrace area and a heated pool.

Residents of the property can commute between the three floors and triple lock up garage using their own private lift.

“It’s the perfect intersection between seclusion and connectivity, offering ultimate privacy while remaining immersed in Vaucluse’s most pristine natural amenity,” said Mr Malouf.

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Image supplied.

Mr Malouf added that while there are signs of the market cooling, there is still solid demand for properties in the top tier prestige market.

“Particularly on the harbour front where properties aren’t susceptible to fluctuating trends and the rise and fall of interest rates aren’t a deterrent for the buyers in this price bracket – we’re seeing prestige product sky rocket.”

Bill Malouf, Highland Double Bay Malouf

Recently 12, Tivoli Avenue in nearby Rose Bay sold for $45 million with 38a Wentworth Road, Vaucluse selling for $62 million – indicating the high amounts buyers are willing to purchase such prestigious property for.



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