Norfolk Penthouses

Welcome to the future – glass car lifts with waterfront views

The Norfolk Penthouses offers next-level luxury on Sydney’s harbour foreshore
Designed by globally renowned architects Popov Bass, the Norfolk Penthouses features world-class, cutting-edge design. A truly unique development of just four penthouses, prices range from $11 million up to $13 million at the waterfront Kurraba Point location.

cgi1-living-final-copy“With views of the Harbour Bridge, absolute contemporary luxury of this kind is a rarity on the Sydney Harbour foreshore,” explains Luke Hayes, Associate Director Projects. “The exclusivity of just four penthouses, built with the latest innovations, including car lifts, is unlikely to be available again as the Lower North Shore waterfront is predominantly held by heritage-listed properties.”

 

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Due for completion in March 2018, The Agency Projects team is offering buyers the opportunity to amalgamate floors and add additional internal parking at this stage of the development.

 

“We are talking to a range of interested parties who are considering options around purchasing two levels and adding car spaces. Cars are taken to their respective floor via a glass lift, looking out at uninterrupted harbour views,” Luke Hayes saysk.

 

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Each penthouse features three bedrooms, four bathrooms and two car spaces. The interiors are characterised by a mixture of natural materials, including Elba marble, limestone and oak.

 

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The expansive marble floorspace is offset by oak wood feature walls and uninterrupted glass frontage. Top-of-the-line materials come standard, for example, the glass is reinforced for maximum acoustic and thermal insulation. In keeping with the Norfolk’s surrounds, sandstone features externally.

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“This development truly is exceptional from every angle, futuristic luxury with all The Emerald City’s connections at your doorstep,” Luke Hayes says.

 

Kurraba Point is surrounded by harbour foreshore parks; buzzing restaurants and cafes in Kirribilli, Neutral Bay and Mosman; and the property has direct water access.

 

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From theagency.com.au