Luxury Burraneer Bay waterfront property Nautilus, which was judged Australia’s best new home five years ago, is about to offered for sale with a price expectation of more than $50 million.
The six-storey home over four lots includes seven bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, six kitchens, three lifts, theatre, wine tasting room, gymnasium, two-lane bowling alley, music room, pool, archery range, 20-car space garage, boatshed and slipway and private beach.
Sutherland Shire’s Sammut Developments built the house, named after the Nautilus seashell, for entrepreneur Steve Shelley, who founded the software start-up Deputy.
Highland Property Group managing director David Highland said the property was due to come on to the market in about two weeks with a price expectation above $50 million, based on replacement cost.
Despite its size, Mr Highland says the home is “warm and intimate, but bespoke in every way”. In 2016, Allen and John Sammut, of Sammut Development, won the 2016 HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year award for their build.
They also took out the Peoples Choice award and the Australian Custom Home Award.