On The Market This Week: A Hidden Japanese Darling Point Paradise
— Updated on 11 March 2020

On The Market This Week: A Hidden Japanese Darling Point Paradise

— Updated on 11 March 2020
John McMahon
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John McMahon

Inspired by Kyoto’s imperial palace, you’d be forgiven for never knowing this lush property ever existed.

4 Lindesay Avenue is tucked away in one of Sydney’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, hidden behind an expertly landscaped Garden of Eden at the fingertip of Darling Point peninsula.

The five-bedroom, Michael Dysart-designed house is built around an airy two-storey atrium, accessed by a stone entrance through a panelled door made of zinc. Indoor bamboo plantings and a working wood fireplace hark back to the property’s Japanese flare, as does the impressive marble wall feature.

Outside, the lush retreat continues with topiary-lined lawns and a heated pool. The north and north-west facing living spaces also capture the balmy sea breeze and peek harbour bridge views.

Expressions of interest for this slice of urban paradise are open until April 17 with a buyer’s guide of $35 million. You can contact Alison Coopes on 0419 433 229.

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John McMahon
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John McMahon is a founding member of the Boss Hunting team who honed his craft by managing content across website and social. Now, he's the publication's General Manager and specialises in bringing brands to life on the platform.