Feel like moving to Sydney? This iconic 80’s house is now on the market. The property, also known as the White House, was designed and built by architect Peter Stronach of AllenJack+Cottier in 1987. It was purchased by ABC radio presenter Phillip Adams three years after completion, and he has lived there with his wife for almost 30 years. It was originally designed as a bachelor pad, but when Adams bought the place he converted it for family living. The house was originally sold for almost $1 million Australian dollars, and is now valued at almost $6 million. The twisted yellow staircase and the Magna grid skylight which sits almost 9 meters high, are some of the houses best features. Interior designer George Freedman’s provocative colors were created as a “contemporary statement”. Aside from painting the exterior white (I wish they hadn’t!) the house is largely unchanged. They’re expecting the house to attract a very specific buyer who knows and appreciates the significance of the house, an art collector or even a design savvy celeb. This house is what retro dreams are made of. It’s literally an 80’s Barbie Dream House. So good. These are photos from the original article in Vogue Living as well as shots of the home now. Please paint it back new buyers. OK? Thanks!