Location: New South Wales, Australia

Square Footage: 13,648

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 9 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Request

This Contemporary style mansion is located in New South Wales, Australia and has steel, glass and marble throughout. It features approximately 13,648 square feet of living space on 2 floors. The 1st floor boasts an open concept formal living/dining room, 2 powder rooms, gourmet kitchen, open concept breakfast/family room, wet bar, play room with loft, home office with loft, home theater, laundry room, master suite and 6 additional bedrooms (1 is a suite, 2 are jack-and-jill and the other 3 share a bathroom). The lower level features 2 bedroom suites (one with a kitchenette), a powder room, wine cellar and a 12-car subterranean garage with showroom and workshop. Outdoor features include covered terrace with BBQ/kitchen, fireplace, alfresco dining area, lap pool and landscaped grounds with water features.

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  • horselips

    Pull this architect’s license! Do it today!

    Ahem. A full bath, including a vanity, toilet and tub/shower can fit nicely into an 8’x5′ space. That’s a whole 40 square feet. With 13, 648 square feet, and millions of dollars to work with, why was this turkey’s bedroom wing designed with Jack-and-Jill and shared bathrooms? Unbelievable. And an automatic deal-killer.

    Even the garage is stupid. One, maybe two of the dozen cars in it can be driven in or out, the rest require other cars to be moved first. it could require moving three cars out to get to the one you want to drive if it was parked in the far corner. Then you have to put the three cars back in. And hope the car you park in that far back corner isn’t the one somebody else might want to drive next. It’s horrible. No, it’s worse than that – it’s incompetent.




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    • Andrew

      You’re not a very good driver, are you?




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      • horselips

        I’ve had my moments. Don’t tell my parents. Thanx.




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        • Andrew

          I seriously don’t know what you’re on about though – if you even bother to look at the plan you can clearly see 11 cars parked and every one of them can be driven in and out without disturbing the others. That’s assuming plan is to scale, but again, looking at the picture of the actual garage, it appears to be pretty close.




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