From the sky, it’s easy to lose your sense of scale. But even from above, 14 Bunya Parade in South Coogee presents an imposing, raw concrete + stone + steel silhouette which only becomes more and more impressive the closer you approach; not entirely unlike that of a fortress.
Conceptualised by the brilliant mind of celebrated architect Renato D’Ettorre, this vision of costal splendour finds itself anchored to the cliffside, spread across over 800-square metres, and providing residents with sweeping scenery of the Pacific Ocean from Lurline Bay to Bondi. Designed to highlight its natural surroundings, there’s 40 metres of frontage to enjoy, as well as an “expansive tri-level layout crowned with a unique rooftop terrace” and viewing platform. And just in case you’re wondering, yes… it’s more than capable of withstanding the elements.
Where the outside is raw and robust, the interior is just as refined, allowing the “interplay of light and space” throughout the generous living space encased by walls of glass. All 5 bedrooms are located on a single level complete with balconies (4 ensuites, one master retreat). The standout inclusion beyond everything already mentioned is, to our opinion, the temperature-controlled wine cellar – ducted reverse cycle air, hydronic heating, the works. Because what good is a view without the right vino?
Other notable features include the following:
- chef-grade kitchen w/ Gaggenau appliances & butler’s pantry
- 2 x wet bar
- infinity pool
- sheltered alfresco areas
- designer bathrooms
- designer powder rooms
- home office
- integrated sound system
- 4-car garage
14 Bunya Parade, South Coogee is set to be auctioned in the coming weeks – check it out below.