Size matters in Bondi Beach as largest single-floor penthouse hits market

As reported by Cassandra Glover

The largest-ever single floor penthouse ever built in Bondi Beach has hit the market, with an asking price of $26.4 million. 

Brought to market by Ray White Projects and Wiesner Property, AYA Penthouse is located atop Aqualine Bondi Beach, on the suburb’s iconic Hall Street.

Designed by world-renowned architect Koichi Takada, the expansive 443sqm penthouse is only footsteps to Bondi Beach and comprises four spacious bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and multiple living and entertaining areas.

“With an iconic location and iconic design, AYA Penthouse is the epitome of coastal luxury,” Ray White Projects managing partner Eddie Mansour said. 

“Perched above the heart of Bondi, this penthouse is a one-of-a-kind whose every moment is enhanced by custom inclusions and one-off Takada touches.

“Every square metre of this penthouse goes above and beyond – in this case, size really does matter.” 

Bookended by two oversized terraces, Wiesner Property managing director Jeremy Wiesner  said the one-of-a-kind penthouse would provide the new owner the opportunity to relax and unwind in the indoor/outdoor living area. 

“AYA’s interiors are classic Takada, the light and airy palette and soft edges reflect its beachside setting,” Mr Wiesner said. 

“It’s a ‘super penthouse’ that invites entertaining and relaxation in equally expansive measures.

“Open-plan living flows throughout. The kitchen, dining, and living areas are naturally symbiotic, bathed in sunlight by floor-to-ceiling windows and overhead skylights.”