6A Roslyn Place, Noraville.
A UNIQUE block of land with one of the most spectacular cliff face views on the Central Coast is for sale in Noraville.
With an auction bidding guide of $1.19 million-$1.3 million, the blank canvas block at 6A Rosyln Pl offers an exciting opportunity for buyers to create their very own oceanfront home.
“Depending on how you built, the position could allow 270 degrees of uninterrupted and views from north over Hargraves beach and towards Bird island, as well as south over to Jenny Dixon beach and back to Norah Head lighthouse,” selling agent Andre Kubecka of George Brand Terrigal said.
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The land would be the perfect place for an architectural masterpiece.
This strip contains some of the northern Central Coast’s most exclusive properties.
“This would be one of the best streets on this end of the Central Coast.”
The property borders Norah Head, which last year reported the biggest median house price change of 47.8 per cent, according to CoreLogic data. The suburb hit the $1 million median house price, whereas in 2016 it was just $690,000.
Mr Kubecka said that while some recent sales have pulled up the median house price of Norah Head, oceanfront properties in Noraville had actually achieved much higher sales prices.
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According to CoreLogic, two properties in Noraville previously sold for significantly higher than the Norah Head sales record of $1.75 million, which was achieved by Stone Real Estate earlier this year.
Last year George Brand Toukley sold 24 Elizabeth Dr for $2.3 million, while Ray White Thompson Partners at Gorokan sold 89 Budgewoi Rd, for the same amount back in 2007.
When it came to pricing the 1300sqm cliff-side block, Mr Kubecka said that it was tricky.
“The last block of land that was sold along this strip was maybe 20 years ago,” he said.
The land is for sale now, or will be auctioned off at the George Brand showcase auction on 20 November.