This historical cottage has an enchanting energy that greets you as soon as you drive down the driveway.
Believed to be the original home of Summerland Point, the property at 58 Gordon Ave was renovated by the Fisk family back in 2008, winning an award with the Building Designers Association of NSW for the alterations and additions under $200,000 category.
Designed by architect Melanie Symington of Seaside Homes, this is the ultimate lake cottage.
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“You walk inside and there is this feeling of lightness,” agent Gavin Schwebel from The Property Market Tuggerah said.
“Living there would feel like a permanent holiday – sitting in the living room, it’s like you’re floating on water.”
One of the closest houses to the lake on this exclusive strip, the location is breathtaking, with 25 metres of absolute waterfront sweeping across Lake Macquarie.
Arrive to a double lockup garage plus drive-through boat shed with direct access to the lake and enter inside via a lakefront covered deck to arrive at paradise.
With a multitude of inside and outside living options, the home is a true entertainer, with a central kitchen decked out with modern appliances and an outdoor barbeque for summer afternoons.
Via the kitchen a lounge room connects to three large bedrooms with a stand out main in prime position closest to the lake with ensuite, walk-in wardrobe and access to two covered verandas.
Outside, neat hedges frame lush green lawn, with established gardens, mature trees and a vegetable garden.
With direct access to the ocean and a private boat ramp with winch and shared jetty, if the lakeside lifestyle is alluring, this would be the house of dreams.
In walking distance to the charming little shopping village, the location has been appealing to the weekender market for years.
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“Families have been holidaying here for 50-60 years so there is this nostalgia that keeps bringing them back. Kids grow up and remember their holidays at Summerland Point and want to buy a weekender – it’s like a circle that keeps going around,” Mr Schwebel said.
Comparable sales in the area include 28 Gordon Ave, Summerland Point – sold Feb 2018 for $1.75m, 20 Bambury Ave, Summerland Point – sold Feb 2018 for $1.31m, 10 Bambury Ave, Summerland Point – sold Sep 2017 for $2.35 million.