Twin Peaks House at Darling Point for sale

Twin Peaks House at Darling Point for sale
Twin Peaks House at Darling Point for sale
It was Luigi Rosselli Architects who redesigned a Queen Anne style residence in Darling Point set in Will Dangar landscaping.
They opted for a “tummy tuck” for the original house when some of the 70s and 80s additions were removed.
Dubbed the Twin Peaks House, after the facade, not the revived television series, Elizabethan leadlight windows front the new gabled entry. Above: The stair atrium was achieved by infilling a courtyard.
A three storey atrium with a Piranesi inspired stair runs from the lower living room level to the upper attic.
Owner and food blogger, Stephanie Conley’s flair for design has lent the interiors an elegant and cosmopolitan air, executed with meticulous attention to detail by associate architect, Simon Hassall.  
The Eastbourne Road home, set across four levels with six bedrooms, five bathrooms and an 800 bottle wine cellar, has been listed by Alison Coopes at Agency by Alison Coopes.
Conley is the daughter of the late Broken Hill-raised aviation pioneer and property investor, John Conley who bought the home in 1977 for $155,000.
Her sister the DJ Annie Conley was the $13 million buyer of the Tamarama home of pioneering fashion retailer Robbie Ingham and wife Sarah last year.
Conley sold her O'Sullivan Road home, a refurbished 1930s Professor Lesley Wilkinson home in Will Dangar gardens for $5,775,000.
This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.
Darling Point, Sydney Landscaping

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