Ask architect Koichi Takada to describe the view from the penthouse of his curvaceous apartment building, and he’ll tell you it’s “like living inside a picture-perfect postcard”.
Aqualuna, the eight-storey boutique building in iconic Milsons Point, is one of Sydney’s most sought-after addresses, crowned by an impeccable penthouse now on the market with Richard Simeon and Samantha Lian.
OMG: This is the actual view from the balcony of 903/30 Alfred St, Wilson’s Point!
With impeccable interiors and sweeping views from every corner, 903/30 Alfred St is a prestige property worthy of the most discerning buyer.
“Step inside, and you honestly feel like you can reach out and touch the Harbour Bridge,” Mr Simeon told Mosman Collective this week, “it’s a jaw-dropping experience and like nothing you’ve ever seen before.”
Imagine waking up and having your morning coffee in this kitchen!
The three-bedroom trophy home is a masterclass in elegant living, suitable for downsizers or executives looking for ultra-luxury and wow factor.
Aqualuna stands out from many of its neighbours on the southern tip of Alfred Street for its streamlined appearance, with vast expanses of glass showcasing some of the most famous landmarks in the world.
Iconic views 24 hours a day are par for the course at 903/30 Alfred St, Milsons Point.
“People fly from all corners of the world just to see Sydney Harbour once, but the new owners will get to enjoy the most iconic views for a lifetime,” he said.
“This is the best Sydney can offer.”
The Aqualuna penthouse is the crowning glory of the landmark building designed by Koichi Takada.
Presented as new, the property features a decadent expanse of open-plan indoor/outdoor entertaining, with a massive wrap-around terrace boasting 270-degree views.
Sleek interiors include a curved stone benchtop, natural stone mosaic features in the bathrooms, brass hardware, mood lighting and Miele appliances.