Real Estate

North shore buyers finding value and choice on the northern beaches

Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-03-15 22:31:07

Family friendly – 161A Seaforth Cres, Seaforth.

There are a handful of homes up for sale in one of Seaforth’s most exclusive streets at the moment, and each one offers something very different.

Take this one at 161A Seaforth Cres, which is tucked away from the streetscape, on a private 809sqm block above Perch Tree Bay, that makes the most of the views across Middle Harbour.


Geoff Smith, of Ray White Lower North Shore, said the property was attracting plenty of attention from buyers on both sides of The Spit Bridge.

In fact, within just a few days of the listing going live on the site, the property had attracted almost 1000 page visits.

The pool has a view.

One of the decks.

In the daytime.

The northern beaches has become a hot spot for buyers from the all parts of the north shore, given its choice and relative value for money, he said.

The Seaforth house was a good example of the type of property that north shore buyers were looking for.

“The house is absolutely immaculate and you’ve got that view from every room,” he said.

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Mr Smith said the house was ideal for downsizers or families with older children, as it allowed for good separation on both levels.

The home has been renovated to a high standard, creating a modern coastal vibe that works perfectly with the harbourside location.

Lots of space.

One of the bedrooms.

The location.

The light-filled open-plan living and dining area opens to the balcony, which has an uninterrupted view over the water. An electric awning ensures all-weather comfort.

The Caesarstone kitchen has a 90cm Smeg cooker and Miele dishwasher, as well as integrated fridges.

Another balcony on the level below has similar views, and there is a terrace on the lower level off rumpus/games room, that adjoins the pool and garden.

Inside out.

Sweet dreams.

Another bedroom.

The rumpus could also be used for self-contained accommodation – ideal for families with older children.

The bedrooms are equally practical, with plenty of storage, built-in desks, views and airconditioning.

The lawns and gardens are low-maintenance and there is plenty of off-street parking, in addition to the double garage.

The home is within walking distance of Sangrado Park, and close to Seaforth village.

Mr Smith is planning to take the property to auction on April 4, at 5pm. It has a price guide of $3.5 million.