Our Luxury home was completely renovated 5 years ago, and the pool was added last year. The house is very spacious and great for entertaining. There is a huge modern, eat in kitchen with all the mod cons (I love to cook). There is a separate dining room, with its own deck leading to the pool. The lounge has sliding doors that open onto a large covered deck that also looks onto the garden and pool. Downstairs there is a bedroom, bathroom, and study. Upstairs there is another large lounge with sliding doors onto the upstairs deck that has amazing district views and look down over the pool & garden, the remaining 4 bedrooms, one with en-suite and the main bathroom.
We live in a stunning part of Australia, Mona Vale is on the Northern Beaches just 35 minute drive to Sydney. The house is a 3 minute drive to the beach, or 10 minute walk.
The three Bs – beach, bush and bay – sum up the relaxed, outdoor lifestyle that is Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches. Framed by bustling, vibrant Manly in the south and exclusive Palm Beach in the north, this spectacular 30km-long peninsula contains 22 glorious sandy beaches; three national parks; and numerous lakes, bays, basins and river waterways for fun (and escape). There’s literally something for everyone on Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches!
If you want to chill out in a romantic beach, bush or bay hideaway, it’s here. If you’re after a fun family holiday, it’s here. For the more active, there’s bush walking, surfing, diving, snorkeling, sailing, yacht charter, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, golf (there are six beautiful courses), tennis, tenpin bowling, and fishing, among others.
Alternatively, take a tour of the historic Quarantine Station at North Head, Aboriginal rock carvings in one of the Northern Beaches’ three magnificent national parks, Barrenjoey Lighthouse at Palm Beach, the Baha’i House of Worship at Ingleside or the Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary at Terrey Hills; enjoy a play or a movie; or wander through one of the many art galleries and open-air markets dotted along the peninsula.