This newly built contemporary style home is located at 21 Caladenia Close in Elanora Heights, New South Wales, Australia. It is situated on 5 acres and surrounded by the Garigal National Park. It features over 5,000 square feet of living space with 5/6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, open concept living/dining/kitchen area, home office, numerous balconies, home theater, swimming pool and a 5-car subterranean garage. The price is available upon request.

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  • NOVA Ben

    Interesting form, and stunning views, but this is just too cold and sterile for me.




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    • Jeff P.

      This x100.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m slightly snowblind after looking at the pics. I’m assuming that since it’s newly built that it hasn’t had a proper decorator work his/her magic on it yet; there’s so much white it’s unnerving. It’s a very stark contemporary, and not the type of contemporary that usually appeals to me. The exterior is interesting but it’s more interesting from above than from the ground. The shape is interesting, but if form follows function, I don’t understand why the this house has the form that it does. The view, it goes without saying, is stunning.




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  • Hunter

    Love the outside, really cool and modern looking. Plus 5 acres, gotta like the land and views!! That being said, I agree with Grrrowler. It’s like a hospital inside. Waaaayyyy too boring for me. I’d invite my interior designer friends over and let them spruce it up a notch or twenty!




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  • Chris

    Its waaaaayyy too modern for me.




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  • Daniel

    Boring inside and out.




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  • lambskin

    I think that it is staged to be stark. It looks like the architect rather than a decorator did the interior. It is totally devoid of any wall art or other objects. (There is a toaster in the kitchen-crack me up)




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  • Limedaiquar

    What is this.




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  • george

    The space ship has landed. Where is Dr. Spock?




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  • Rocco

    I have to admit, it’s quite different for an Australian home.

    I’m still torn by Australia’s system of house auctions – it creates inflated home prices, yet it’s the auctions that the government gauges the strength of the housing market with.

    The price the agent quotes will basically be a starting point for auction – even if you bid the highest you still might not get the house if the reserve isn’t met – think ebay for homes.

    When my brother lived there – he was extremely depressed when he realized the 1st day of summer is december 21st. Great restaurants, music like Austin, TX and good climate.




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  • marc22

    Since the home projects out onto a very narrow plain right before it steeply drops on both sides, I think the elliptical shape is well designed for the site. The house is definitely not for me, way too cold, but I can appreciate what was designed here. Very modern, very crisp, very stark with the focus on the views from all the major rooms. The bathroom tub looks like it would be difficult to utilize. A great house for somebody else.




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  • Mit

    When originally listed a few years back it languished on the market for 15 million. Not sure about the asking price now. If memory serves me correct, the developer bought the land for 3 million : this was published in an article in Sydney’s real estate classified “Domain” … it may have been the title deed’s section though can’t fully remember. And from a fellow sydney-sider anything over 5 millions in Elanora Heights is wishful thinking at its extremities.




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