At the top of a quiet-cul-de-sac electric remote-controlled gates swing open to welcome you to what could be your very own headland with unsurpassed views of the Toll Gates, Garden Bay and the north shore to Batemans Bay. Uniquely private and secluded, nestled in an exclusive corner above Garden Bay protected from the south whilst luxuriating in the northern sun. The dwelling is positioned on the most easterly boundary adjacent to the headland reserve. It has been recently renovated in a style that is hard to describe other than to say it is a statement of sophistication and elegance. As it is now, it is ideal as the ultimate holiday resort retreat. For the future, this dwelling is the basis for further development. The clifftop block is approximately 1037m2 of vast untapped Residential R2 zoned potential. Engineering reports show the existing dwelling could be readily incorporated into a new dwelling, providing the foundation for second level living space and garages directly accessible from the street level. The view from the second level is breathtaking. The full brick interior of the existing dwelling has been taken back to its original distinctively patterned surface, and exquisitely matched with striking use of black on black interior design. A huge master bedroom flows seductively out to the living room separated by heavy purpose-built sliding glass doors to allow both privacy when needed and the opportunity to soak up the delights of the north facing view from the bedroom. The kitchen is a masterpiece in design with black quality appliances, black granite benchtops, black cupboards and drawers that complement each other creating a bold daring look. The dining area is divided from the car show case room by a glass wall. Another unique brave design feature. If you are looking for something entirely different in a position that is just perfect, make an appointment for a private inspection.
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