An architect designed sanctuary nestled amongst the trees and looking out to Berry’s Bay has excited McMahons Point buyers searching for a low maintenance and easy-care family home.
Set in a peaceful cul-de-sac, 14 Munro St allows you to be as close to nature as possible, while enjoying the bustle of Blues Point Rd, listing agent Alex Myers from David Murphy Residential said.
Designed by acclaimed architect Ken Maher, 14 Munro St has always been ahead of its time, according to Alex Myers.
“It is the best of both worlds, with the city literally on your doorstep and the hidden gem of Sawmillers Reserve readily accessible,” Mr Myers told Mosman Collective.
“As you move throughout the home, many design elements are revealed – like raised ceilings, light wells, picture windows, and floor-to-ceiling curtains of glass opening to shaded balconies, blankets of green, and glimpses of Berrys Bay.
“It is the perfect property for anyone creative, or for family members who work from home.”
Set over two levels and with separate, self contained space suitable for teens or in-laws, the home is on the market for around $3 million.
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Ken Maher AO, whose work has shaped Sydney’s physical and cultural landscape for more than four decades, 14 Munro St was built to “improve the life’ of its occupants through year-round sustainability.
“The residence was built in 1985 and is known in McMahons Point as being way ahead of its time,” Mr Myers said.
“Maher’s aim was to make the most of the sunlight, with the north side of the home almost entirely glass.”
“The original owners were graphic designers who also wanted to include a huge studio with separate access for clients.”