The recently completed Norfolk Penthouses, comprising four decadent apartments, is setting the benchmark for luxury living ever higher in Kurraba Point.
Norfolk Group, alongside PopovBass Architects, has spared no expenses on the Kurraba Road project. All penthouses showcase stunning outlooks over Sydney Harbour, easy access to the foreshore, and modern innovations such as car lifts and smart home technology.
The development team has allocated a ‘common room’ to be used exclusively by just one apartment. This gives the select penthouse another 100 square metres of space, in addition to its existing 337 square metres.
The other three-bedroom penthouses include up to 300 square metres of space and an elegant open floorplan. Decadent materials such as Elba marble, limestone, and oak appear throughout living and dining areas while a unique sculptural centrepiece and floating shelves create a gorgeous focal point in the kitchens.
An automated car parking system connects vehicles directly to a private garage. Other features include an internal lift, Cbus smart systems and ample storage to further streamline the life of convenient luxury which can be experienced at Norfolk Penthouses.
Norfolk Penthouses residents can take advantage of the host of amenities to be found in the lower north shore. Famous for its artisanal delights and great coffee, the much-loved Bourke Street Bakery is just a short walk away. Meanwhile, the Botanist — located in the heart of Kirribilli — is only five minutes away by car and serves up an exotic mix of Mediterranean food.
There are endless recreational opportunities in and around Kurraba. Built in the 1920s, the MacCallum pool is a unique 33-metre harbourside sea bath. The waterside timber deck offers an unparalleled sunbathing spot which is popular with both locals and surrounding communities.
The large open foreshore park, Kurraba Reserve, is linked to the harbour and its own boating launch ramp. Within the reserve, Hodgson Lookout is a great place to enjoy a picnic while spying glimpses of the water through the trees.
Cremorne Reserve is also nearby. With waterfront bushland, formal lawn and garden areas and spectacular views of the city, this park is packed with things to see and do. Two ferry wharves link the reserve to Circular Quay and other places on the northern side of the harbour.
Alternately, Wendy Whiteley’s ‘Secret’ Garden is nearby. Wendy turned an unused site at the foot of her house into a magnificent garden. Open to the public, it’s become one of the lower north shore’s main attractions and draws both local and international visitors.
Residents can catch the ferry at Kurraba Point Wharf, moments from the project’s doorstep, to Circular Quay in seven minutes. Once there, iconic Sydney attractions like the Opera House and Royal Botanic Gardens are in easy reach.
The penthouses are fully furnished and ready to move in. Enquire here to find out more about Norfolk Penthouses.