Jonathan Yeo, co-founder of streetwear brand Zanerobe, has listed his six-bedroom Mosman trophy home with a price guide of $7.5 million.
The Carrington Ave residence, which was transformed after a three-year renovation, is set on resort like grounds adjacent to Quakers Hat Bay.
Split over two levels, the sophisticated property is an entertainer’s dream, offering a perfect blend of refined architecture, park like grounds and exquisite custom finishes
The stunning Carrington Ave home has six bedrooms and sits on 651sqm.
“It is a family sanctuary that has been carefully thought out, with a clever floorplan that is both functional and practical,” Atlas Founder Michael Coombs told Mosman Collective.
“The home is all about understated luxury, in an extremely private setting.”
Luxurious and sun-filled interiors offer high ceilings, opening to multiple outdoor spaces.
The property features inviting formal and casual living rooms and distinct dining spaces.
At the heart of the home, a luxe kitchen boasts integrated Miele appliances and a Brazza gas cooktop, with a show stopping, 2.8m island that comes with integrated seating.
Five bedrooms ensure there is enough accommodation to cater to large or extended families, while a stunning Master provides the ultimate parents retreat, featuring bespoke robes and a dressing room stage.
“It is a luxury bedroom created for a fashion designer where nothing has been left to chance,” Coombs said, “you’ll find Thassos marble in the ensuite, along with a huge, freestanding bath.”
12 Carrington Ave boasts a luxe kitchen with integrated Miele appliances and 2.8 metre island.