A house in Sydney that might just be the skinniest house the city has to offer has hit the market with an unbelievable asking price.
If you want to get a piece of real estate in the massively desirable Darling Point area, you’d better bring your cheque book and make sure you’ve got at least A$15.5 million in your account.
That’s £8.33 million for those that deal in UK currency.
The house is owned by multi-millionaire Fiona Brown, who stands to make a huge profit on the property once it is sold, as it is likely to be.
The four storey house might only be six metres wide, but it still boasts a whole heap of luxury, and some of the best views in Sydney, as well.
According to the man tasked with selling this unique property, the asking price is cheap at ‘just’ the A$15.5 million, and that’s because it’s so skinny.
Real estate agent Benjamin Goodwin told MailOnline that buying ‘a piece of Darling Point for such a low price’ is completely out of the ordinary.
Of the house itself, he said: “There is nothing more surreal than hearing the waves lapping against your own backyard,
“The first time I stepped inside my shoulders dropped, I just felt like I was on holiday.”
The property, advertised by Ray White Eastern Suburbs, boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two spots for your cars, and an outdoor swimming pool.
It was built in 1980 and was last sold in 2014.
The house will actually go to auction if not sold before February 12, but Goodwin is confident that he’ll find a buyer before then.
He’s even spent 17 days getting the tradies in to help spruce the property up, giving the gardens and rooms a bit of a makeover.
“It is a very sexy property,” he said.
Whilst there are some pretty great views from everywhere on the property, the master bedroom and fourth bedroom seem to have the best ones going.
There are also a couple of terraces that looks pretty great for lounging about in the sunshine on, as well as a bar down at the bottom of the house and a pool that leads out to the harbour too.
As long as you’ve got the readies to pay for it, it’s definitely a piece of prime real estate, despite the fact that it’s such a strange and skinny building.
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