Located just moments from the sand and surf at one of Sydney's most prestigious and well-loved beaches, Cetacean is a sheer delight. Designed on four levels, with an elevator servicing all floors, this magnificent residence is built to the highest standard and offers the kind of luxurious living you would expect in a home of international standing. The panoramic views of this property lend itself to not only amazing sun and moon rises, but also whale and dolphin watching during certain times of the year.
The top level of the property features the main indoor/outdoor living and dining areas, the fully equipped kitchen with butler's pantry flowing on the ocean side to a spacious terrace and wet edge pool. On the western side of the property, a spacious outdoor entertainment area with external gas fireplace greets you. Sitting just above is a heated spa leading up to a BBQ courtyard with unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean. The first level, just down from the top, includes a second living area complete with fireplace, the master bedroom with walk in robe and generous ensuite, and the guest bedroom and bathroom. The ground floor includes a third living area and study, children's bedroom with two sets of single bunks, a guest bedroom and bathroom. The basement level holds a fourth living area (with the option to be used as a Helper's room), laundry/bathroom and a double lock up garage.
Local cafes and the wonderful Jonah's restaurant are both within easy walking distance, with the property having dual frontage and the rear opening out onto Bynya Road. The local supermarket in Avalon is just a 5 minute drive away, as is the ferry jetty where picturesque trips can be taken to the central coast or across Pittwater to The Basin where wild kangaroos can often be seen.
The pool also has a built in wading area for young swimmers.
--POOL HEATING CAN BE ORGANIZED FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE OF $100 PER DAY.
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