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Rare opportunity to buy in one of Castlecrag’s most tightly held spots

This is one of the most tightly held streets in this harbourside suburb on Sydney’s north, and there hasn’t been a sale since 2016. That is about to change, thanks to a seven-level beauty.

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High and mighty — 5 The Tork Walk, Castlecrag. Source: Supplied

Creativity, sustainability and beauty are the cornerstones of this wonderfully modern masterpiece. The waterfront home is a triumph of bespoke architecture befitting a property in one of Castlecrag’s most sought-after and tightly held streets.

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There are 40 properties in The Tor Walk, and according to CoreLogic, there hasn’t been a sale since 2016. And that makes the listing of this seven-level home even more exciting.

5 The Tork Walk, Castlecrag.

5 The Tork Walk, Castlecrag. Source: Supplied

The pool level.

The pool level. Source: Supplied

The jetty.

The jetty. Source: Supplied

Known as The Monitor, the contemporary home has spectacular views across Middle Harbour, and has been designed to make the most of the outlook and the cooling offshore breezes, But don’t think this is a cold house — hydronic heating throughout keeps every level warm and comfortable. There is nothing here that hasn’t been carefully considered and constructed to exacting standards.

Sweet dreams.

Sweet dreams. Source: Supplied

What a view.

What a view. Source: Supplied

Peaceful water location.

Peaceful water location. Source: Supplied

The sheer space and stairs are not an issue thanks to the internal lift from the double garage at the top of the property, to the main living level.

And what a level it is, with its expansive harbour views and its grand kitchen, a feast of commercial grade stainless steel, Brazilian granite and every conceivable luxury appliance.

The island bench has been selected to resemble a dry creek bed.

The home’s namesake, the monitor lizard, also features throughout, including etched into the glass of the kitchen and into the sandstone of the foundations, viewed through a purpose-built window.

This level also has an outdoor area that hovers over the water. Upstairs is a loft study, as well as guest accommodation, bathroom, and gym.

Downstairs are two bedrooms, with access to a balcony, and a rumpus room.

The main bedroom that takes up an entire level. It has a deep bath with views.

Starting your hunt for a dream home

This flows out to a level lawn and a heated pool and spa. The native gardens, accentuated with sandstone steps, are as beautiful as they are easy-care. At water level is a boat shed with deck, and boat access. It’s the complete package for any water lover. The property is due to go to auction on June 12, at 6pm, with a price guide of $9 million. For more details contact Mark O’Brien, of Richardson and Wrench Castlecrag.