If we are going to talk pedigree and appreciation then this 1969, five bedroom abode by Mid-Century Sydney architect Peter Hirst is a pampered, purebred Great Dane. Primarily we enjoy to talk up the MCM homes we post in lieu of any appropriate or appreciative mentions in the real estate blurb, however as the sale of this magnificent property is being dealt with by our good friends over at Modern House, you can rest assured that has been taken care of and then some, as it should be.

“An unmistakably Modernist design, the house is composed of sweeping horizontal lines, with few disruptive vertical elements. Contained by the continuous planes of ceiling and floor, every room in the house is level with the landscape. Spaces unfold over a single storey, with a step down in the middle that divides the house into living and sleeping pavilions.”

Enjoy the splendour.