Waterfront home with majestic views

Waterfront home with majestic views




Jan 2013

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

A home with loads of entertaining areas, massive outdoor terraces accessible on each of the 3 floors, beautiful views through to national parks, 5 minute drive to surf beaches and many restaurants. The house is very colourful and decorated in a beach style, with cane lounges and many other mid century features. It has a sauna, fantastic pool , pergola and entertaining area, and it has also featured in harpers bazaar magazine lifestyle section.


More about us

  1. we are a family of 4, our daughter 25 and son 24, we sometimes travel all together and sometimes just as a couple

  2. we are involved in the hospitality industry

  3. we like quirky unusual finds,we like the beach and the water and our home reflects this,

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
alphabet st (thai) ,sea level (seafood) Giro osteria (italian) Queem Margarita (ipizza)
Cool bars
Croydon lane (wine bar) Brass monkey (live music)
Cozy cafés
Ham (cafe, delicatessen)
Retail therapy
Westfield miranda, Conulla mall,for boutiques like Roar, and Charbella
Bit of culture
60 minute train ride to Sydney city,
Walks in the park
Ferry to bundeena, with thousands of acres of bush walks, The Esplanade a 4km costal beach walk
Spot of exercise
Surfing, watersports,,,Everything except snow skiing
Day tripping
Kayaking, boating, ferry trips, train to city or countryside, visit Kurnell, the landing place of Captain Cook, and the birtplace of Modern Australia, whale watching.

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