This full brick and tile residence is set on a large sloping block of some 2,074 square meters that is rich with native flora and steps down to the foreshores of Booker Bay. The house with fabulous filtered water views harks back to the late 1970s and belongs to the colloquially known "Nuts and Berries" architectural style with its soaring cathedral timber ceilings and multi-level open-plan interior. This home boasts an innovative and advanced design for that era in Australian home building. Features include: - Upon entry level from the paved garden terrace is the large family kitchen with island...prep/ breakfast bench - Huge dining area with timber burning heater. - The master bedroom and second bedroom, both with built-in robes, flow off this dining space and are next to the main tile and timber bathroom. - On the next level is the opulent lounge room with its hearth-style timber fireplace and sliding glass doors onto the wrap-around deck. - The lower level, which opens to the multi-terraced garden, has a huge 40 square-meter studio/workshop plus a third bedroom with built-ins and combined second bathroom/ laundry. - From every level, there are beautiful filtered and cameo views across Brisbane Waters to Booker Bay, Ettalong Beach, and Wagstaffe. - The residence has direct access to a long jetty (shared with two adjoining properties) with deep water pickup/ drop-off access. - Minutes' drive via The Rip Bridge to Ettalong Beach, Umina Beach, and Woy Woy shopping and transport hub. Contact an agent for more information.
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