It’s Barbie on the skin, Versace on the within.
A grand home in Sydney’s northwest painted sizzling pink and styled with thrives impressed by the high-end Italian style model has hit the market and immediately begun making waves.
The five-bedroom home on Queens Court in Citadel Hill was solely listed earlier this week however has already turn into an actual property speaking level on account of its distinctive styling.
The home has a value information of $2.1m-$2.6m and consists of ample chandeliers, gold-coloured partitions and elaborate ornaments decked out in Versace’s signature type.
It’s a standout even from the road as a result of pink exterior – one of many solely homes on the road not painted white or beige.
On the highest balcony are two statues going through the road, whereas a fountain is adjoining to the entrance door.
Constructed circa 2005, the home opens to a grand entry lobby with partitions of inexperienced and a gold ceiling, together with decorative pillars.
The lounge has a layered ceiling and is adorned with gold furnishings. It’s separated from the formal eating room by an elaborate metallic furnishing.
One other room has a zebra patterned ceiling and much more distinctive ornaments.
Even the kitchen continues the styling theme – the layered ceiling is painted gold and a big chandelier hangs over the breakfast bar.
Promoting agent Paul Cutcliffe of Cutcliffe Properties stated the home was turning heads after not too long ago coming to market.
“We haven’t opened it for inspection but however there has already been an uncommon quantity of inquiry,” Mr Cutcliffe stated.
“It’s positively caught individuals’s consideration. I believe what’s captured individuals is the color scheme … I can’t recall ever promoting a home something like this earlier than.”
Mr Cutcliffe stated the seller had very explicit tastes and a robust curiosity in type.
The ornaments and common look of the inside had a robust Versace-inspired theme, he added.
“It’s an extremely fashionable home. For a suburban home, it has grand proportions that make it stand out.”
Different highlights embrace the main bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe. There’s additionally a saltwater pool and well-maintained gardens.
Citadel Hill has remained a comparatively sturdy vendor’s market throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. A four-bedroom home on Lygon Place bought for $2.15m within the first week of September, whereas a home on Lemonwood Place bought for $1.625m earlier this week.