With a price guide of $1.4 million to $1.45 million, this one-bedroom apartment could be Australia's most luxurious bachelor or bachelorette pad.
The world-famous view from the one-bedroom, one-bathroom and one car-park unit in Darling Point, Sydney, is where the money is commanded.
With a private sale guide of $1.4 million to $1.45 million, the pied-à-terre at 27B/3 Darling Point Road is on the 27th floor and takes in the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, and the full sweep of the harbour.
High up in the Ranelagh building, the vistas will never be built out or spoilt, explains the listing, handled by Alexander Smith and Jacob Sayle of Sydney Sotheby's International Realty in Double Bay.
The balcony faces west, with glass so as not to interrupt the view, but the new owner can look at the changing scenery, and postcard icons, while simply doing the dishes or from the couch, by gazing past the TV set.
The apartment opens into the combined living, dining and kitchen zone, with an island bench and double sinks.
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The bedroom takes in water views, where the new occupant will wake up to bobbing yachts.
The bathroom is en suite style and a car park is included on the title.
The building has indoor and outdoor pools, a BBQ zone and a concierge. Apartments in the premium building have gone for as much as $9 million, Domain records show.
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For access to the city, the Edgecliff train station is close, as well as Double Bay village for shopping, and waterfront parks to retreat to.
Capital growth in the suburb of Darling Point has pushed the median up by more than 13 per cent over the past 12 months to land at $2.9 million.
Over five years, the postcode's price growth has clocked in at 24.6 per cent, Domain's latest House Price Report shows.
In 2022, Darling Point ranked as Domain's most expensive suburb of the year for apartments.
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