73 Kintore Street
Designed and Built
73 Kintore Street, Wahroonga
4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 2+ Car
© Tamara Graham
This striking Palm Springs-style residence of 73 Kintore Street offers a rare opportunity to own a home that combines clean modernist architecture with an ideal floor plan, located in one of Wahroonga’s most prestigious streets.
Featuring beautifully restored spotted gum parquetry and floor-to-ceiling steel framed windows, this spacious, light-filled home epitomises the timelessness of good design. With wide eaves and considered positioning on the block, this single-level double brick home has been designed to take maximum advantage of its NE aspect. Accommodation includes large open plan living, modern eat-in kitchen with European appliances, large master bedroom with original mid-century ensuite, three additional generously-sized bedrooms featuring large windows and all enjoying different framed views of the surrounding garden, covered entertaining area and fully-fenced secure garden.
“With wide eaves and considered positioning on the block, this single-level double brick home has been designed to take maximum advantage of its NE aspect.”
Wahroonga is known for its tree-lined, shady streets. Nearby are the shops, cafes and restaurants of Wahroonga Village, having a wide variety of speciality and boutique shops set in a true village atmosphere. The home is within walking distance to Knox Grammar School, Abbotsleigh, and Wahroonga Preparatory School. Surrounded by the many manicured green open spaces and parklands of Wahroonga, Kintore Street is also within easy reach of the National Parks of NSW; Garigal, Ku-ring-gai chase, Berowra Valley Regional Park and the water based attractions of Pittwater.
The Northern beaches are north and to the east, Mona Vale being only a 20-minute drive. Originally developed as an out-of-city suburb for Sydney’s businessmen Wahroonga is 22 kilometers north west of the Sydney CBD, and historically enjoys good transport links. Wahroonga is well positioned on the North Shore line of the City Rail Network, with regular services to to Wynyard taking 38 minutes. By car the Pacific Highway is one of the main commuter links to the CBD, taking around 30 minutes to the Museum of Contemporary Art.