Real Estate

The northern beaches record breaker with its own candy bar

Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2018-12-18 10:17:15

This prestige home on the northern beaches will almost certainly take out its suburb record when it sells but there are so many beautiful homes being built in this area it may only hold the crown for a few months.

Currently the Collaroy Plateau suburb record is $5.25 million for a house in Edgecliffe Boulevard. In fact the top four sales in Collaroy Plateau have all been in this clifftop address with its sweeping ocean views. Now number 54 Edgecliffe Boulevard is for sale with a price guide of $5.5 million to $6 million.

Steve Witt, of Belle Property Dee Why, said this extraordinary home deserves to be a benchmark sale but there are many homes on the plateau that have yet to come to market and when they do they are expected to sell for $6 million or more.

Number 54 Edgecliffe Boulevard is just eight years old, on 803sqm of level land with impressive ocean views. The five bedroom, five bathroom home has an elevated position, heated pool and spa, integrated security and climate control and underfloor heating. Features include a cinema and a wine cellar and a gym.

This impressive home was built in 2010 and upgraded in 2012 with its current owners adding a climate-controlled wine cellar, steam room, sauna and gym. This basement area has been soundproofed and is a veritable man cave with a home cinema and state of the art projector that comes out of the ceiling and a television coming out of cabinetry. There is even a candy bar for goodness sake.

And if you are concerned the children may get into the 2000 bottle wine cellar take heart, a sophisticated keypad entry will stop them in their tracks.

Mr Witt said the sheer lifestyle on offer with this house has drawn buyers who never before considered Collaroy Plateau.

“We have locals interested who understand this position,” Mr Witt said.

“But we are also seeing buyers from Killara and Pymble and buyers who never thought of this location,” he said.

Some have even commented that they prefer this area to the coveted Basin east of Pittwater Rd as the Plateau is quieter and the view is superior.


The owner builder who created this house overlooked nothing from the privacy gates at the front to the outdoor kitchen and the novel tap that comes out of the ceiling in the ensuite.

Accommodation covers 644sqm which is larger than a standard block of land in Collaroy Plateau. This home has two kitchens, 10m long living and dining and two levels of wraparound balconies.

The garage can take five cars.