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Neo-brutalist Sydney home blends minimalism with loft-living

From the street, this Sydney property is relatively unassuming with its boxy silhouette and large picture windows – but step inside, and surprising soaring concrete volumes await.

The neo-brutalist home – located at 39A Carlotta in Sydney’s well-heeled Double Bay enclave – is listed via Gavin Rubinstein and Cae Thomas, and blends features of minimalism, loft-living and craftsmanship across its 500 sq m.

Walls, floors and ceilings of the five-storey home are exposed pre-cast concrete panels offset by American walnut panelling, custom joinery and brass and steel accents.

Courtesy Ray White TRG

On the main level is the kitchen, with a sculptural brass island, and a lounge and dining area which open onto a covered balcony via sliding glass doors. Midcentury flourishes include a suspended 1960s-style fireplace, custom concrete benches topped by leather cushions, and terrazzo flooring.

Crittall-style glass walls encase the cast-concrete staircase, maximising the flow of light through the five-bedroom home’s interiors, fitted with smart-home technology, surround and LED lighting. Other perks include a professional gym, sauna and steam room and of course a wet-edge swimming pool whose oculus bottom peels onto the home office below.

It heads to auction on 16 February 2021 with guide price on application.

Courtesy Ray White TRG
Courtesy Ray White TRG
Courtesy Ray White TRG

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