Agent Jason Boon describes the renovation of 15/85 Yarranabbe Street, Darling Level as the perfect he’s ever seen in his total profession.


Artwork vendor and status property flipper Steve Nasteski has completed a whopper renovation on the Darling Level condominium he purchased final 12 months — and it’s simply hit the market with an $11m information.

It’s the four-bedroom, three toilet condominium with 4 car-garage beforehand owned by former mannequin Marie Spies, widow of funeral providers businessman Ian Spies.

Nasteski, who has an excellent eye for artworks of all descriptions, snapped up the 350 sqm condominium at 15/85 Yarranabbe Road within the widespread ‘Santina’ block for about $7.5m previous to the scheduled public sale.

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The condominium has been fully reworked.



And given the standard of the transformation and the jaw-dropping never-to-be-built out views from town skyline and Harbour Bridge to Clarke Island and north head, it’s more likely to be massively widespread this time spherical.

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As itemizing agent Jason Boon, of Richardson Wrench Potts Level/Elizabeth Bay says: “This condominium has the very best specs and is the perfect renovated condominium I’ve ever seen in my profession.

“He’s spent at the least $4 million on it, probably way more.”

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And at night time it’s even higher.


The extent three condominium was initially bought off-the-plan as two separate three-bedroom flats and transformed into one.

It comes full with wooden panelled partitions, a gentleman’s den, bar space and palatial grasp wing together with a pair of dressing rooms and two bogs.

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It goes to twilight public sale on November 18.

And flats on this constructing appear to be much more extremely wanted.

Boon and Daphne Sauvage of Sotheby’s bought unit 19, which was owned by racing id David Waterhouse, for $5.4m in simply 5 days in August — and that was half the scale.

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