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Architect Steven Gerendas lists Queens Park dream home with glass walls and turntable garage

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Architect Steven Gerendas has listed his Arnold Street home in Queens Park.


When architect Steven Gerendas was a child, he’d walk home from school and gaze down at the Arnold Street Queens Park quarry from the street above.

“It was a nine-metre drop and there was a swing set down at the bottom,” he said.

In 2009, he bought the 446 sqm block from Waverley Council — for $1,320,500, records show — and he spent years dreaming about what he would build there.

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