The sloping rooftop is another feature that gives the home an exclusive look and with an area for outdoor dining and barbeque added at the flat portion of the roof the designers have tried to bring together the best of form and function. And they seem to have done a pretty good job at that.
Some of the many green measures include the use of recycled Blackbutt timber in an extensive fashion both on outside and for the interiors to cut down both costs and carbon footprint high-performance glazing helps in better insulation and hence tones down the power bills in both the summer and the winter smart design and thermal insulation.
Builders Sean O’Brien and Paul Cubelic spent six years developing eight living units in a Sydney apartment block before offering them for sale. This awesome top floor penthouse which attracted a $5100000 price tag was one of them. Situated in landscaped gardens at Sydney’s McMahons Point the apartment boasts three bedrooms each opening on to the terraces that provide amazing views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Spread across 3-floors there is an elevator and even a temperature-controlled wine cellar so that you can store up wine of your choice. The interiors are clad in some of the best décor that you could possibly hope for and the exterior matches this with its stone columns and walls of glass. Here is a home that offers absolutely everything that you could ask for.
over two levels including four bedrooms and four bathrooms in the upper section. The apartment’s lower level includes a gym steam room catering kitchen a bar and a huge drawing room with a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city.