What a view – 23/1114 Pittwater Rd, Collaroy.
FLIGHT Deck is one of the northern beaches’ best-known apartment blocks, and when you see the views on offer it’s not hard to see why.
Added to that is its location in Collaroy, a suburb that is enjoying a great year when it comes to strong property sales and increased commercial activity.
Buyers are coming from far and wide to get a piece of this beachside location,
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The 1966 security block is absolute beachfront, comprises 36 units and is beloved by semi-retired owner occupiers looking for lifestyle.
Four of the units have sold for more than $2 million including two that have sold for up to $2.5 million this year.
It’s a tightly held property, but just in time for summer, apartment No. 23 goes under the hammer at 5pm tomorrow with a price guide of $1.65 million.
It really is all about the views.
Who wouldn’t want to wake up to this?
Fiona Berkman, of LJ Hooker Collaroy, said the building was solid and this one had 144sqm on title including the balcony and security carspace, which also had room for storage and bikes.
“The layout is good too with the living room, kitchen and two of the bedrooms opening onto the east-facing balcony,” she said.
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Bronte of the northern beaches
The 25sqm balcony faces due east and has a full-frontal view of the sunrise.
The views from the balcony extend from Bilgola around to Long Reef headland.
This apartment has been held for 34 years and is in near-original condition. A makeover inside would make it all the more valuable.
The living room.
A lift services the eighth floor apartment and there are his and hers changing rooms on the ground floor to brush off the sand before going inside. This block has direct access to Collaroy beach.
Collaroy has good public transport, a well-patronised Art Deco cinema and the newly finished Justin Hemmes eatery The Collaroy, also on the beach.
There are shops and eateries and a rock pool all nearby.