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Mediterranean-inspired designer residence hits the market with a $10million price tag

Highland 2 mins read

Expertly designed and crafted through Dezcon, the incredible residence at 12 Dodson Avenue, Cronulla transports you to the Mediterranean Coast. Soon to appear as one of the featured homes on Nine Network’s ‘Australia’s Best House’ season 3 presented by Megan Gale, the now completed project is a masterpiece of state-of-the-art finishes including Venetian plastered walls and ceilings, travertine, limestone, Taj Mahal/viola marble and high ceilings.

Selling agent Mitchell Wynn of prestige property agency Highland said that this was one of the most exciting homes he had ever stepped inside.

“It honestly blew me away,” he said. “The attention-to-detail exhibited throughout the four-bedroom designer residence is nothing but astounding and a testament to the exceptional work Dezcon is undertaking.”

With a considerable following on social media, Dezcon has been creating well-thought out, sophisticated designs since 2013. Focusing on producing one-of-a-kind designs that cater to their client’s vision, their team have been taking over the residential project space in recent years.

A vision of grand stone and marble accents, the Cronulla home presents like a waterfront apart from all others, offering seamless flow from the front door through to the European-inspired heated pool with micro cement finish and boat ramp. With water views from expansive glass sliding doors and direct water access to Gunnamatta Bay, 12 Dodson Avenue embraces absolute bayside living.

With a high-end price point, Mr Wynn is excited for what that means for the Cronulla market. “I am seeing the availability of more and more high-price point homes within the Sutherland Shire which is a testament to the desire of our clients. The property market is continuing to grow despite interest rate instability in recent times and I believe the properties at the top end are helping in that regard.”

“Homes such as 12 Dodson are becoming our bread and butter here at Highland, and I think that’s where we are really making ourselves market leaders,” he said. Having just sold an impressive sky-high penthouse in the area for $13million in just 10 days, as well as holding the Burraneer record sale of $20million from late last year, Mr Wynn has a number of interested buyers in this price range.

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