Pacific Bondi Beach sub-penthouse has views, foyer, own surfboard storage area and workshop

No. 408/180 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach, has a $7m price guide ahead of a November 17 auction.

Sunrise to sunset, this Pacific Bondi Beach sub-penthouse owned by Yianni Hatziamanolis offers the ultimate Bondi Beach lifestyle.

Up until 2018, Hatziamanolis worked 80 hours a week operating a food service business for 30 years.

But these days, he and his wife, Faye, and two young kids — a three-year-old and a six-year-old — kick back.

“We’re on holidays all the time. I stopped work and now we pretty much enjoy ourselves.”

This apartment, which they bought off the plan for $3,725,000 in 2012, has been the perfect place for the young family until now.

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Incredible outdoor entertaining areas.

The kitchen is the heart of the home.

With its wraparound terrace, they’ve enjoyed views stretching from Ben Buckler to Bondi Icebergs.

But a house with a backyard for the young children is calling, so the three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment at 408/180 Campbell Parade with double garage is up for auction with a $7m guide ahead of a November 17 auction.

But for most, the lifestyle this apartment offers would be paradise.

Fine dining.

The outlook from the side terrace.

As their agent, the Ray White TRG principal Gavin Rubinstein says: “This is one of a kind … it’s the only apartment in Pacific with its own foyer and direct lift access.”

Hatziamanolis’s preferred mode of transport has been his electric bike, which he parks in his foyer.

To the left of the lift he has his own workshop and a surfboard storage area.

Woolworths is on the ground floor of the building so when it’s time to go shopping, Faye simply loads up the trolley and brings it up to her kitchen in the lift.

The kids even have their own little shopping trolley.

The master suite has ocean views and opens to the wraparound terrace.

Luxurious bathrooms.

The apartment has 285sqm on title and it has the scale and feel of a private home with a beautiful design by the award-winning Koichi Takada Architects.

There are open and airy living spaces, with a stunning Gaggenau kitchen with a deep island bench that’s the heart of the home.

Hatziamanolis moved to Bondi Beach from the inner west in 1999, purchasing an apartment in Notts Avenue.

“I just fell in love with the place … it’s as close to Europe as you can get because of the mix of people,” he said.

“Once you get a taste of the Bondi Beach lifestyle, you can’t leave.”

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