Having completed a multimillion-dollar renovation, Janine Ashton of Universal Music is selling her Potts Point home with harbour views through the hotspot’s top agent, Jason Boon.
The interiors of the three-bedroom, four-bathroom residence in the 1890s terrace house at 6/6 Rockwall Crescent are super-stylish and likely to appeal to a broad range of professional couples and downsizers.
The Richardson and Wrench Elizabeth Bay-Potts Point duo, Mr Boon and his colleague, Geoff Cox, have a $5 million guide in the expressions of interest campaign.
The home, which also has off-street parking, is built over four levels and every one of them has brilliant views to the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
“The whole place has been gutted and reshaped,” Mr Boon said.
The living area, with custom-built shelving and a bay window, has an office space and is decked out with Black Japan floorboards.
This leads to a kitchen with Carrara marble finishes and Miele appliances.
Beyond, there’s a terrace with northerly views over the harbour.
On the upper levels, the luxury master bedroom has a full ensuite, while the second bedroom, which also has an ensuite, features a north-facing balcony.
There’s also an internal laundry and a guest toilet.
Adding to the appeal are the high ceilings and plantation shutters.
There’s secure entry and also internal access to the parking space.
The residence is located in an exclusive cul-de-sac and Potts Point’s finest eateries and boutiques are all close by.
There are open times on both Saturday and Thursday.
Ms Ashton, who is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for the Asia Pacific at Universal, sold her Potts Point sub-penthouse in the Pomeroy building for $4.25 million in 2017.
That apartment had been decorated in a New York inspired style and had north-easterly views over Sydney Harbour.
It was purchased by Future Fund founding board member Susan Doyle, who had sold in Mosman.