Big families, or buyers just looking for lots of space to spread out, will love these beautiful homes, which are all in tightly held locations on Sydney’s northern beaches.
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All of them have five bedrooms, three bathrooms, loads of storage and space for at least two cars. Check them out below.
6 Burrawa Pl, Cromer
There hasn’t been a sale in this quiet cul-de-sac since April 2016, and this one is an absolute cracker that is expected to smash the street’s sales record.
The three-level home is highset on its 921sqm block, to make the most of the stunning district outlook. Moments from Cromer Golf Course, minutes from schools and an easy walk to public transport, the home has multiple living and dining spaces inside and out, and a luxury marble kitchen with gas cooking, Siemens appliances and a butler’s pantry.
Other features include large terrace, plunge pool, playroom, family room, level lawn, and double garage with workshop and storage space.
There is an additional large under-house storage area. The main bedroom has not one, but two walk-in dressing rooms and an ensuite. There is even a secret man cave on the ground floor. This could also be used for guest or in-law accommodation.
The property has a price guide of $2,200,000 and is due to go to auction on February 23, at 9am. For more details, contact Belle Property Dee Why: Nick Duchatel, or Corie Tio.
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10 Vista Ave, Balgowlah Heights
Here is another street on the northern beaches where properties don’t change hands very often. There were only two sales in 2018, none in 2017 and two in 2016.
This double brick, three-level home last changed hands almost six years ago. It has impressive water and district views from its elevated position — including the city skyline.
Set on a 765sqm parcel, this freshly renovated home has retained some of its classic features and blended them with a sleek contemporary fusion of creative design, stylish finishes and effortless in/outdoor living.
Features include open plan living and dining areas that flow seamlessly to sprawling decks overlooking the pool, lawn, garden and cabana, a large gas kitchen with breakfast bar, media room, study nook, parent’s retreat and separate guest accommodation.
The property has a price guide of $2,900,000 and is due to go to auction on March 2, at 2pm. For more details, contact Stone Real Estate Seaforth: Phillip Wright, or Brooke Voller.
12 Orana Rd, Mona Vale
Of the 27 homes in this close-knit street, only one changed hands last year, and two in 2017. Now is the chance to get your hands on a piece of Orana Rd paradise — a large family home tucked away on a landscaped block of 1055sqm.
Space and privacy are big features of this property, along with the resort-style tropical pool and spa and the outdoor living room.
Other features include multiple open-plan living and dining areas with soaring vaulted ceilings, level lawn perfect for children and pets, family room with built-in surround sound, stone kitchen with quality appliances, large internal laundry, upper level retreat with second living area, triple garage with lots of storage space, and modern bathrooms.
The home is within walking distance of Mona Vale Beach, the shopping village and the B-Line bus stop.
The property has a price guide of $3,000,000 and is due to go to auction on March 2, at noon. For more details contact Belle Property Mona Vale: Kevin Packham, or Reade Havenstein.