The sale of a stunningly renovated residence on 1.7 acres of bushland adjacent to Glenrock State Reserve is believed to have set a new suburb record for Adamstown Heights.
Dalton Partners duo Scott Purnell and Joanna Cook marketed 18A Hillcrest Parade through an expressions of interest campaign.
It sold for an undisclosed sum believed to be higher than the $1.6 million record sale for the suburb of a home in Muriel Street last year.
The original home had been built in 1978 by architect Kevin Snell.
Owners Donna and Kent Ireland took the 1970s residence from three bedrooms to five and into the 21st century with the result a luxurious, spacious and tranquil retreat only 10 minutes from the city.
A stone wall, extending to the high ceilings, is one of the many features of the home, as well as an emphasis on marble, timber and glass.
There is multiple living spaces, soaring ceilings and underfloor heating.
One of the three bathrooms has a black double terrazzo bath which looks out through a large glass window to nature.
The main living space extends effortlessly to a stone-tiled inground saltwater pool.
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