4 Roslyn Pl, Noraville.
This ultra contemporary coastal home with awe-inspiring views of the ocean has to be seen to be believed.
Tucked away into a quiet cul-de-sac in a relatively quiet and unknown corner of the Central Coast, the property is just metres from Jenny Dixon beach and the Norah Head lighthouse.
Agent Jesse White of The Property Market said that the property at 4 Roslyn Place, Noraville is the “ultimate executive getaway”.
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A view to die for.
“Features like the kitchen splashback reflecting the ocean really set this contemporary property apart,” he said.
“It has been a great entertainer for the owners, who have done extensive work on the property.”
Apart from the epic ocean views, the first floor main bedroom is undeniably the highlight of the home, with views so vast that you feel like you’re floating above the ocean.
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Feel like a king or queen in the elevated freestanding bathtub.
With full ensuite including freestanding bath and dual sink vanity, underfloor heating, mood lighting and walk-in wardrobe with full cabinetry, the space is fit for the king and queen of the household. Just imagine waking up to that view every day.
Upstairs there are three more bedrooms, two with a shared ensuite and a third with its own ensuite.
Other edgy design features include a Travertine patio with sunken fire-pit, full wet bar with taps and built in stainless steel barbecue, high-end kitchen with quality inclusions and appliance pantry, underfloor heating throughout with gas fireplace, surround sound with outdoor speakers and triple garage with additional external storage and cellar.
Reflecting views set this home apart.
Mr White said that the functionality of the property was another ‘wow’ factor, with a layout that would work perfectly for in-laws or a large families with the self-contained flat.
In walking distance of a secluded cove to the north, and Norah Head to the south, the located is private but also convenient.
“Rosyln Place almost seems hidden – it is so tucked away that even some locals don’t know about it,” Mr White said.
The property will go to under the hammer on Sunday, 18 November at 12.30pm, and has an auction bidding guide of $2.3 million.
Two other properties oceanfront properties in Noraville have sold for $2.3 million, this one has the potential to set a new suburb record.