Located in the quietest part of Pearl Beach well away from the holiday bustle this is the ideal home for those wanting an escape from the noise and hassles of busy city life.
A truly beautiful home built to the highest of standards offering three double bedrooms, all with excellent built-in robes, the master uniquely located on a mezzanine floor with an ensuite and a comfortable sitting area.
Features include an enormous open plan living zone which opens to two oversized timber sun decks with captivating, canopy views.
The modern well planned and laid out kitchen features a breakfast bar and directly services the formal dining area. There’s loads of cupboard space and large food preparation surfaces.
The oversize lounge enjoys 7 metre ceilings with exposed beams and timber sarking.
All internal walls to the living zones have been meticulously lined with cedar, each length having been hand picked for it’s fault free, unblemished beauty.
Condition is faultless and this home is absolutely ready for your immediate occupation without the need of spending a cent.
The beach is just an easy 6 minute stroll away, whilst the ocean baths, local shop, cafe and restaurant are within a 10 minute walk.
To quote a wordsmith in 1925:
Pearl Beach is a scenic gem beyond compare – undoubtedly the most beautiful beach along the Pacific Coast.
Such is the universal verdict of all who have paid it a visit and who declare that for the beauty and grandeur of it’s scenery they have never seen anything to surpass or even equal it.
Standing on a beach of golden sand, upon which the long rollers from the blue Pacific break in gleaming foam, a veritable feast of beauty delights the eye of the beholder. It is a panorama of beauty which no words can adequately describe nor artist faithfully delineate. Facing the open ocean, bold Lion Island appears to be literally afloat upon an azure sea. To the south and east, across Broken Bay are Barrenjoey, Palm Beach, Newport, Pittwater and the Hawkesbury River Entrance. To the north, rugged Mount Ettalong, with it’s almost sheer cliff some 600 feet from base to crown, adds grandeur to the scene, while beyond, across the water, lie Wagstaff Point, Lobster Beach and Box Head, this latter forming the northern headland of Broken Bay. It is a view which holds one spell-bound – one which the eye can never weary from dwelling upon.