With a stack of eye-popping mega homes up for grabs, it looks like the top end of the market isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
From stunning regional getaways to flawless waterfront statements, here are seven of the best contemporary residences currently for sale.
Award-winning estate in the Byron hinterland
Spanning 10ha of idyllic manicured grounds, ‘Amileka’ is described as “an icon of modernist architecture”.
This baller Byron home was named the best in Australia. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Set amongst picturesque scenery, the jaw-dropping bespoke residence at 28 Blackbean Lane in Federal was awarded Best Property in Australia at the 2009 CNBC International Property Awards.
There are abundant spaces to enjoy the incredible views, from a sunken lounge and chic alfresco terrace to the epic fire pit area and glamorous 18m swimming pool.
Everything a buyer could need or want is considered in the design. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Additional highlights include a media room, art or yoga studio, and luxe main bedroom suite with a divine sunken bath.
It also comes with a separate three-bedroom home for guests or intergenerational living, and two Tesla Powerwalls.
Expressions of interest close on 19 August.
The views are just as epic as the home’s high-end design. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Modernist masterpiece in Pelican Waters
Boasting 67m of water frontage, this award-winning home at 8 Delisser Place is a true architectural triumph.
This designer home boasts every possible mod-con. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Pushing the boundaries of contemporary design, one of its many highlights is the open entertaining zone surrounded by a wet-edge resort pool.
The accommodation is comprised of four sumptuous bedrooms, including a suspended main retreat and self-contained guest wing.
Spectacular views are on offer from almost every part of the home. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
The water frontage is maximized by perimeter timber decking, perfect for fishing or launching watercraft. It also comes with a private pontoon for immediate boating access.
The vendors are now accepting offers over $5 million.
Resort living in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland
Premier luxury and utter seclusion go hand in hand with this indulgent five-bedroom, five-bathroom residence at 66 Murray Road in Belli Park.
Described as a “breath-taking ridgetop resort,” the sprawling residence basks in spectacular valley views from an elevated 22.25ha vantage.
The resort vibes are strong with this five-bedroom mega mansion. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Perfect for entertainers, it offers a choice of living spaces and a sunny alfresco zone that’s complete with infinity edge pool, cabana, and floating cantilevered deck.
The bedrooms are reminiscent of a luxury boutique hotel, while a private studio provides an ideal home office, workshop, or yoga space.
The high-end contemporary interiors make a strong impression. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
It has a price guide of $6 million.
Flawless opulence and endless ocean views
Salamander Bay is one of Port Stephens’ most popular locales and an increasingly desirable destination for luxury buyers.
There are mansions… then there’s this enormous beauty. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
With incredible properties like this five-bedroom cliffside mansion at 52 Randall Drive, it’s easy to see why.
Claiming unbroken ocean vistas from three levels, its beautifully curated interiors enjoy natural oak floors, timber feature walls, and stone splash backs.
Those ocean views are almost priceless. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
The expansive open plan living, kitchen, and dining zones seamlessly connect to the outdoors, where family entertaining is taken to the next level via a grand outdoor spa.
The warm and natural interior stylings let the luxe home speak for itself. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Additional deluxe features include an outdoor pizza oven and a wine cellar cooled by the natural rock the home was built upon.
It heads to auction on Saturday 27 August.
Majestic getaway delivers the simple life
Proudly sitting upon 26.68ha of heritage bushland, this designer sanctuary in South Australia’s Inman Valley is dubbed ‘Maridaallah’.
This elevated mansion is the ultimate in secluded living. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
The panorama is truly something else, capturing distant sea views spanning from Port Elliot to ‘The Bluff’ at Encounter Bay.
Custom interiors include polished concrete floors and a stunning entrance hall with a feature limestone wall and 3m high timber ceilings.
The architectural marvel lives in harmony with the natural environment. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
High end features include a ‘Dekton’ stone kitchen with full butler’s pantry, decadent bathrooms, grand main bedroom suite, and a guest wing.
The home is also sustainable and fully off-grid, powered by an 11.1kW solar system with 18kW of battery storage.
It will set you back somewhere between $2.9 million to $3.1 million.
The decor is ultra modern. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Family sophistication in a prized Sydney ‘burb
Vaucluse is no stranger to mega homes, and this six-bedroom stunner at 84 Hopetoun Avenue is an example of contemporary luxury.
This designer masterpiece is right at home in Vaucluse. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Effortlessly balancing warmth and glamour, its interiors flaunt a gorgeous blend of sandstone, polished concrete, and natural wood.
A home for large or extended families, it has generous living spaces, formal lounge and dining room with double sided gas fireplace, and an entertaining deck with a pool and spa.
The generous floorplan includes multiple living and entertaining areas. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
A huge lower-level space is ideal as guest accommodation or a teenager’s retreat.
The property also comes with full C-Bus smart home automation and a hi-tech security system.
The Harbor views are pretty breath-taking. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty in Double Bay is currently taking expressions of interest.
Striking mega mansion with its own beach
Described as Clontarf’s grandest waterfront statement, homes on Sydney’s Northern Beaches don’t come more lavish than the ‘Portovenere’ estate.
This mega mansion comes with its own beach. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Originally built in the 1960s, the sprawling seven-bedroom family home has undergone a full renovation via “a mélange of bespoke luxury and global inspirations”.
Opulent features abound, from the sweeping living zones and grand sandstone terrace to the Manhattan Calacatta kitchen and sumptuous bedrooms.
The outside is brought in throughout the stunning home. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
It also enjoys the kind of amenities a family could only dream of, including a podium pool, basketball court, mini football field, cinema, salon, and an epic wine cellar.
No expense was spared on the opulent interior design. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
The remarkable home even comes with staff quarters and a private beach.
Inspections are available by appointment.