The buyer of a Sydney penthouse will be arriving and departing in style every day.
In St Leonards on the lower north shore, the brand new pad at 5705/500 Pacific Highway ensures comfort with its own private lobby that could rival a five-star hotel.
Entry to the four-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse is via a lush garden with a sky-lit lift. Incredible listing photos reveal the tubular, gold-encased lift next to a feature staircase.
The property is called The Grand Atrium and is in the Landmark building. It is going to auction on August 17 with a price guide of $14 million to $15 million.
Arriving in decadent fashion via the express lift, the buyer can then kick back and relax.
Occupying two levels, the penthouse features a wrap-around balcony with undisturbed views of Sydney Harbour and the city skyline.
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Interiors are lavish with coffered ceilings, Pietra Grey marble benchtops, sleek black cabinetry, floor-to-ceiling glass and gold accents.
Entertaining will be a breeze with the kitchen's top-notch Gaggenau appliances and a bar area that rivals a Michelin-starred restaurant.
The master bedroom's impressive walk-in wardrobe is every fashionista's dream, and something you would expect to find on the set of Sex and the City or And Just Like That.
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There is space for three cars in the private parking area and access to the building's facilities including the pool, spa, gym, sauna, yoga room and golf simulating range.
The penthouse is scheduled to go to auction at 6pm on Thursday August 17. It is on the books of Nigel Mukhi, Mark Jones, Andrew Drury and Max Yue of DiJones Neutral Bay.
St Leonards is a suburb on Sydney's lower north shore, 5km north-west of the CBD.
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