Former Qantas chief Geoff Dixon and his wife Dawn have $ 10 million in expectations for their extraordinary Darling Point home on the market.
A luxurious two-story mansion on 1/44 New Beach Road offers unobstructed barrel views of the Harbor Bridge across the Dal Bora Marina and is listed by Alex Lions in Rain and Horn Double Bay. I will.
Dixon held a top position on Qantas from 2001 to 2008 and was taken over by current CEO Alan Joyce. He was also a board member of Crown Resorts from 2007 to 2019.
A couple who bought a three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment in Elandra under the name Dawn from Acme’s marketing director Victor Topper and his wife Sandra in 2016 for $ 8.65 million are now considering miniaturization. I am.
The residence has 438 square meters of indoor and outdoor living space, so there is certainly plenty of space for families, professional couples, downsizers and their guests.
Finished to the highest standards possible, the couple has made various cosmetic improvements to their residence, one of the three in the boutique complex.
It offers a huge open-plan living and dining area with a gas fireplace surrounded by marble.
Additional formal lounge rooms offer views of the harbor and surround sound system.
Full-height bi-fold doors lead to a huge sunny wraparound terrace with views of the Harbor Bridge, ideal for large-scale entertainment.
The kitchen has both Caesarstone and stainless steel bench tops, Miele appliances, and an integrated Miele coffee machine.
Two of the bedrooms have their own private bathrooms and are located on the ground floor.
Take the elevator to the Master Suite on the 1st floor. Occupying the entire level, it features a huge dressing room, a double vanity and a marble ensuite with bath.
The bedroom also folds in half on the terrace with stunning views.
The residence also has air conditioning, a double garage and two separate storage areas.
Lions also sold a couple’s four-bedroom, three-bathroom escape with a pool on Byungya Road in Palm Beach for $ 3.5 million in 2018.
It was purchased by Channel Ten Studio 10 presenter Jonathan Coleman and his wife Margot.