Dare reveals bold luxury vision in Tamarama

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SYDNEY-based boutique developer Dare Property Group has unveiled its second luxury residential apartment project in Tamarama, in Sydney’s east.

To be known as Kaylpso, the MHN Design Union (MHNDU) designed development will feature 11 residences including a penthouse and two sub-penthouses.

Dare Property Group director Danny Avidan said given Kalypso’s exemplary Tamarama location, he wanted a design that not only echoed the area, but truly maximised every potential view over Tamarama Beach.

“Tamarama is a place with a spell-binding energy. It’s not often you have the opportunity to develop in a location of this calibre, with views over a secluded cove, surrounded by stunning rugged cliffs.

“However, we’ve now had this opportunity twice, firstly with The Wave, which was also designed by MHNDU and has now become a landmark Tamarama building,” he added.

CBRE Asia Pacific senior director Ben Steward said this project will be ideal for high-performing executives ready to slow down their life and reap the rewards of their hard work.

“Also, we anticipate we’ll receive plenty of interest from expats returning to Australia wanting to experience the idyllic coastal Australian lifestyle they’ve sacrificed while working overseas.

“We’re expecting a lot of interest from buyers wanting to be within walking distance to Icebergs Dining Room and Bar and the iconic pool, Totti’s, North Bondi Fish, and all the other amazing dining spots.” Steward said.

Sales for Kalypso are expected to launch in late October.

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