This north-east facing property has bi-fold doors across the two living areas and in two of the bedrooms to capture the views from Dee Why beach, to Long Reef headland, and the Central Coast.
Agent, Christian Ryals, told SCHWARTZWILLIAMS, "The property is unique in that it has a 42 metre cliff frontage to the ocean and a perfect north east aspect sweeping coastal views out to sea and up past long reef."
There are multiple entertaining options including a family room, formal living room, swimming pool and a cabana with ocean terrace that has a gas barbecue and pizza oven.
Inside there is a home-cinema with wet bar and a soundproof music room. The kitchen is fitted with a Bosch double wall-oven, multiple preparation and serving spaces, including a central island bench. There is also plenty of storage, a walk-in pantry and a built-in wine rack.
The five bedrooms all have ensuites and the master suite has an ocean terrace, walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with bath. There is also a large home office with ocean views and a balcony.
- Entry vestibule with ocean view
- Sauna room with spa bath
- Outdoor spa
- Guest powder room
- Two gas-converted stone fireplaces
- Security cameras and intercom system
- Attic storage with easy access
The property is located in a cul-de-sac and close to dining and shopping amenities as has a path from the rear of the house direct to Dee Why rock pool and beach.
This Dee Why house is for auction on Saturday 25 February 12:30PM.
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