A UNIQUE COLLABORATION

BB2 Property has assembled an extraordinary team of leading architects and designers to bring 106 Kirribilli Avenue to life.

Each brings a wealth of talent and experience to produce international standard homes of immense beauty and scope, front and centre on Sydney Harbour.

Interior Designer

"Redgen Mathieson is a Sydney-based design studio established by longtime colleagues Harlan Redgen and Phillip Mathieson".

The partners lead an approach to design that is grounded in Modernist principles of authentic, timeless design and planning rigour.

Specialists in high-end residential projects, luxury hotels and prestige private homes, the firm’s deft and experienced hand is evident in the sheer confidence on display in each stunning residence.

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Landscape Design

"Leading Australian landscape designer, William Dangar, provides a bespoke exterior design business synonymous with quality, innovation and practicality".

He is the name behind many of this country’s most beautiful gardens, dominating the exclusive end of the landscape market for the past 20 years

In 106 Kirribilli Avenue’s refined outdoor spaces, Dangar has taken inspiration from the architecture, interiors and location to produce a beautiful conversation between house, harbour and home.

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106 KIRRIBILLI AVENUE’S THREE MAGNIFICENT NEW RESIDENCES ARE A MAJESTIC ADDITION TO THIS GREAT HARBOUR CITY.

On the edge of the city, elevated above the water, this is your private sanctuary. Enjoy the diamond blue expanse of the harbour, a realm of tranquillity afloat on the sea.

Inside and out, no expense has been spared to create the ultimate expression in luxury.

A HISTORY OF KIRRIBILLI, SYDNEY

One of Sydney’s oldest and esteemed suburbs, Kirribilli’s claims to fame are many. Wealthy landowners built colonial mansions to command perfect views. Grand gates serve as entrances to the Prime Minister and Governor-General’s sprawling 19th century residences, Kirribilli and Admiralty House.

The 20th century heralded two masterpieces of modern design – Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932 and Sydney Opera House in 1973. Today Kirribilli hosts the most beautiful streets in Sydney where art deco, heritage and modern architecture vie for the best views Sydney has to offer.

106 KIRRIBILLI AVE, KIRRIBILLI,
SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA

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