The bright, airy living areas with views that stretch to the ocean are the centrepiece of this palatial escarpment home at Corrimal.
The living areas wrap around a kitchen, which has two walk-in pantries, two ovens, a ceiling-mounted television, triple-door stainless steel fridge, coffee bench, steam oven and plate warmer, to name a few of the luxury inclusions.
The kitchen and family room open out to a north-facing alfresco area.
The six-bedroom property at 15 Taylor Place sits on a 1833-square-metre block at the foot of the escarpment bushland.
It has three bathrooms, two of which have heated flooring, a powder room and a fully fitted home office. Three separate living areas include a formal lounge/dining area, family room and rumpus.
The home was designed by architect Charles Chong, of Morton Chong Sydney, and was constructed eight years ago by Thirroul-based builder Marc Cranston.
Listed with Mark Jackson, of Jackson Residential, the home will go to auction on Saturday, September 13, at 12.30pm, on site.
"Upon entering this home, you are automatically drawn to the commanding views," Mr Jackson said.
Downstairs had a self-contained space for in-laws or au pair accommodation, along with a gym, cinema room and thumbprint-access wine cellar (with 1400-bottle capacity).
A gas-heated, wet-edge suspended pool with an in-built spa wraps around a second alfresco area. The pool deck includes an outdoor shower, two motorised retractable sun awnings and barbecue area.
Mr Jackson said the high-end home had every detail including an integrated C-Bus smart system, keyless key pad entry, visual security access and built-in Bowers and Wilkinson speakers.