Hoteliers Sandy and Angelo Elliott’s Centennial Park mansion comes with 14-car storage – realestate.com.au

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No. 18 Martin Street, Centennial Park, has some particular options.


What would you pay for a Centennial Park mansion with options similar to a solar-heated plunge pool with waterfall, a Gone with the Wind-style staircase; a 20-seat eating room and a 14-car storage?

Hoteliers Sandy and Angelo Elliott’s six-bedroom, eight-bathroom dwelling at 18 Martin Street has all of these items and it’s simply been listed with LJ Hooker Double Bay’s Invoice Malouf and Margaret Morosi.

There’d been lofty ambitions of breaking the $16.5m suburb file when the property was beforehand listed in March with one other agent.

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The mansion comes with a 14-car storage.


Think about the get together you would have within the 20-seat eating room.


The Gone With the Wind staircase.


The file had been set when tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes offered his Lang Rd mansion, Braelin, for $16.5 million, in 2018.

However these hopes have now been revised to easily exceeding the $13m provide the Elliotts — who’ve bought a $20m+ condominium at One Barangaroo — have acquired beforehand.

Among the many Martin Rd dwelling’s many different points of interest are a continuous water provide because of a bore and naturally palatial interiors.

The home is just too large for the empty-nester couple, who say they’re now “proper sizing” to One Barangaroo Crown Residences, that are in James Packer’s Wilkinson Eyre-designed landmark resort tower full subsequent yr.

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The main bedroom is palatial.


The terrace has metropolis skyline views.


The view from the road.


Particulars in regards to the condominium haven’t been offered, besides it’s identified it was bought within the $20 million to $30 million vary.

CoreLogic data present the Elliotts bought the 802 sqm property throughout the highway from Centennial Park for $950,000 — the value of some one bed room residences right now — 32 years in the past in 1988.

Nonetheless, the unique home was torn down 20 years in the past with the present residence, constructed within the grand Victorian model, rising as a replacement.

The main bedroom has a sitting and front room with built-in TV and two balconies overlooking Centennial Park. The luxurious spa ensuite has gold fittings.

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