Magnificent Sydney penthouse owned by 60s TV star Fernande Glynn up for a sale for $6.75 million
Magnificent Sydney Harborside Penthouse Once Owned by a Beloved Glamorous 1960s TV Star For Sale With Listing Price $6.75M
A Sydney Harborside penthouse once owned by a beloved 1960s TV star is up for auction with a guide price of $6.75 million.
The luxurious three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment was once home to the glamorous Fernande Glynn, who appeared in classic Australian TV dramas Homicide, The Hunter and Riptide.
Fernande, who died in 2012, aged 83, shared the beautiful North Coast platform with her husband Willy Stader, a businessman, who died earlier this year aged 102.
Luxury: A Sydney Harborside penthouse once owned by beloved 1960s TV star Fernande Glynn is up for auction with a guide price of $6.75 million.
Star: Glynn (left) seen in the classic 1966 Australian drama series Hunter with the show’s lead, actor Tony Ward
Located on a hill at the end of Cremorne Point, 6km from the central business district, the top floor apartment offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city and harbour.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and a large balcony lend an airy, light-filled atmosphere to apartment interiors, which feature wood shutters and coffered ceilings.
Other highlights include a fully equipped home office with library, a separate chef’s kitchen, and a charming casual dining room with skylight.
A large dining room is offered for more formal entertaining.
Life in the port: one of the two bedrooms inside the luxury apartment
Dining in style: one of two dining rooms inside the beautiful Cremorne Point penthouse
Meanwhile, the master bedroom, which occupies a corner of the apartment, has its own bathroom, plus another glorious harbor view.
Each of the bedrooms has bespoke built-ins, while the library could easily be refurbished into a third bedroom.
Also included is ducted temperature control and a closed garage.
Magnificent view: Sydney Harbor seen from Fernande’s beautiful North Shore platform
Fenande’s son, David Unicomb, said realestate.com. the apartment was her mother’s favorite place.
“He loved looking at the magnificent lights of the city at night and seeing the life and activity in the harbor during the day.”
The apartment will be auctioned on June 2 by Belle Property Mosman.