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“Tahiti” – Sydney’s Harbourside House

Sat, Jan 10, 2009 | Luxury home designs | By Mike
 
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One of Sydney’s most prized harbourside holdings, Tahiti is an “exotic Hawaiian-style residence” situated within 2046 sqm of tropical gardens at a captivating vantage point above Hermit Bay. It’s owned by Krok family and was bought for $29.5 millions in 2007. That was Australia’s property selling record until the middle of 2008. It was built in the 1960s by architect Douglas Snelling and the first interior design was made by Maggi Eckhardt.

As you can see the house has magnificent panoramas sweeping right across Sydney Harbor. Living areas are open to terraces near mosaic tiled wet edge pool. Everything in home is filled with luxury. There are quarters for staff and guests, six covered spaces plus parking for an additional four cars, billiard room and place for discotheque. There are a lot of plants not just outdoors but inside the house too. In addition to light beige colors that all create amazingly warm interior.

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  1. Dino Ducci Says:

    Is this it???
    $25.5m. Seriously the only thing I like about this house is the view.
    Maxim Krok is clearly an heir, if he spent this much on a house, he surely has not worked for his money.
    What a joke

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