How much would you pay for a three-storied, level 43 penthouse with sweeping views of Sydney? $1 million? $2 million?
What about $66 million? That’s the current asking price for The Boyd Residence in Sydney’s ANZ building, the apartment has set the record for the most expensive apartment in Australia, beating out James Packer’s apartment in Crown Towers which sold for $60 million in 2016.
So how much living bang to you get for your (multiple) bucks? The penthouse, which has won design and architecture awards, covers an impressive 2400-square-metres and has 360-degree views over Sydney Harbour and the city. Inside, interiors are outfitted by Blainey North and combine a mix of Art Deco furniture alongside ultra contemporary finishings, including sleek bathrooms and kitchen.
With four bedrooms in total, an internal lift, conference room, gym and private rooftop terrace with a swimming pool, the penthouse oozes luxury. High, sleek ceilings with juxtaposing heights create depth to the apartment and make it feel like a luxury Manhattan residence or Zaha Hadid design. The clean, futuristic colour palette combines mixed metals with gorgeous white finishes completes the airy, bright feel.
“It’s the only apartment that I know of that sits in a full commercial, high-profile building,” said listing broker Bill Malouf of L.J. Hooker Double Bay, who has the co-listing with Ken Jacobs of Christie’s International Real Estate.
It’s official: the home is top of our envy list. See more images of the exquisite property in the gallery above.