The owner of Double Bay’s famous Indigo Cafe, Anthony Moustacas, has listed his incredible Bronte home worth an estimated $7.5m-$8m.
The Figtree house is a beautifully revived five-bedroom Victorian manor home on a 670 sqm block at 27 Chesterfield Parade — one of Bronte’s most coveted streets.
According to realestate.com.au, the home last traded for $4.7m in 2013 and has Arent & Pyke interiors, views to the ocean, a sunny Peter Fudge designed garden with a huge lawn and a heated mosaic-tiled pool. The house will go up for auction on March 27.
The house is part of Phillips and Tyrrell’s $20m sales spree, previously selling a five bedder with ocean views at 34 Pacific Street for $10 million.
The listing hit realestate.com.au today as Phillips and Tyrrell were in the midst of a $20m sales spree.
“She wasn’t really looking to sell it, but we showed through buyers and she got a really strong offer,” says Tyrrell. “The market’s just so hot.”