Kingscliff property ‘House of Sakana’ sells for mega price

House of Sakana sold for $8.95m.
A Japanese-inspired property in northern NSW, complete with a Zen garden and fish pond with koi fish, has sold for a record $8.95m.
The luxury beachfront home in Kingscliff is known as House of Sakana and is on well-known Cylinders Drive.

House of Sakana at 37 Cylinders Drive, Kingscliff.
The kitchen includes a six-tonne solid marble bench.
The property sold unconditionally last week through Nick and Carol Witheriff of LJ Hooker Kingscliff — it attracted buyer interest from Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sydney as well as from New Zealand and the USA.
“This is a record price for a home on a single lot in Kingscliff,” said Mr Witheriff.
“It’s another result that cements Cylinders Drive’s reputation as one of the most popular streets between Sydney and the Gold Coast.
“Price records continue to topple in the street.”

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House of Sakana offers two levels of luxury living.
Entertain poolside.
While a triple block at 44-48 Cylinders Drive sold for $9.45m recently – also marketed by Mr Witheriff – House of Sakana represents the highest price paid for a home on a single block.
The buyers lived in Kingscliff for several years and had always had dreams of living beachside in Cylinders Drive, Mr Witheriff said.
The buyers emerged after the property was passed in at auction two weeks earlier.

Walk along a timber jetty across the 25,000L fish pond filled with koi fish.
House of Sakana, at 37 Cylinders Drive, was the culmination of six years of innovative craftsmanship, offering two levels of luxury living on a 1012sq m block.
Property records reveal vendors Steve and Ali Latham paid $3.35m for the property in 2018.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home combines Japanese style – a Zen garden and 25,000L fish pond stocked with koi fish – with heavy engineered concrete, soaring teak-lined ceilings, copper lighting and highlights, Italian appliances, and a six-tonne solid marble kitchen bench.
“House of Sakana celebrates lifestyle as an art form and captures a Japanese-inspired vision that is often spoken about, but rarely delivered,” Mr Witheriff said.
PropTrack shows the median house price in Kingscliff is $1.8m, down 12.2 per cent.

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