From “sun up to sun down”, the views on offer from this new Sorrento home will take your breath away.
Kay & Burton Portsea director Liz Jensen said the house was constructed over two levels by a builder who “really understood where it’s located” — on a cliff between Diamond Bay and the Bay of Islands — and maximised its outlook.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom house at 32 William Buckley Way has a $2.95-$3.245 million price guide for its expressions of interest campaign, closing March 21.
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The buyer will be able to enjoy views of the ocean, as well as the area’s striking sunrises and sunsets, from decks on both sides and levels of the pad.
The deck adjoining the pool features a barbecue kitchen and open fireplace.
The 974sq m block also contains a double garage and lush gardens highlighted by palm trees.
The interior is decked out in coastal chic style and offers an upstairs open-plan living, kitchen and dining area, plus a ground-floor family room with a kitchenette.
“The living spaces are beautiful,” Ms Jensen said.
“It’s the perfect entertainer’s house.”
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