The owners of 7 Waruda Place, Huntleys Cove, bought their property off-the-plan in 1998 and moved into a brand new three-bedroom duplex in 2000.
It is hard to believe that almost 20 years have passed and Huntleys Cove is now an established suburb – a masterplanned community that continues to thrive.
The suburb is mostly comprised of townhouses and apartments – the few freestanding houses and duplexes in the development change hands infrequently.
Nicholas McEvoy from Bresicwhitney – Hunters Hill said the owners had treasured their north-facing home that is a short walk to Hunters Hill cafes across the bridge at Tarban Creek.
“They chose that position because of the beautiful park and water views,” Mr McEvoy said.
The immaculately maintained home is distinguished by a custom designed and built deck, which is more like an extra living zone.
It is, in Mr McEvoy’s words, “one of a kind” or “an all-season outdoor pavilion” that contains a barbecue, overhead fan and offers a picturesque vista in a totally private setting.
Mr McEvoy said buyers looking for an amazing location and unique property with quality finishes will be drawn to Waruda Place.
The Huntleys Cove community has access to resort-style facilities that include a swimming pool, tennis courts, gym, sauna and clubhouse.
The property is two-minutes from Victoria Rd buses and eight minutes to Huntleys Point Wharf.
The property goes to auction on Saturday, February 16, with a price guide of $1.8 million.