Architectural aficionados will love the clean lines and simplicity of this modernist 10 Lentara Road, Bayview home designed by Peter Hall of Hall, Anderson and Bowe in 1972. Hall is known as the architect who took over from Jorn Utzon to complete the Sydney Opera House after the latter's contentious departure. Hall was commissioned by the original owners of the stunning 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with space for 5 cars; since then, the property has only had two owners. Current owner Cathy Richardson has lived there with her family for over 30 years. With her two daughters now adults, she is keen to downsize and says she will miss the magnificent view right up Pittwater to Lion Island and beyond. With a saltwater swimming pool, entertaining terraces and floor-to-ceiling glass in many rooms, the home is designed for indoor/outdoor living. "It's amazing at all times of the year," says Cathy. "We also love the simple, clean lines and the open plan of the house. We loved it from the word go."
Expressions of interest through Michael King of Di Jones Pittwater close May 21, with a price guide of $5-$5.5 million.
Sand meets style by Freshwater beach
You can't get much closer to the sands of Freshie than the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 55 Ocean View Road. True to the name of the street, there are views across the Pacific, over to Shelly Beach and St Patrick's Seminary. Owner Cathy McLean, who works in marketing, has been living there with her husband and two daughters for the past 10 years. "My favourite spot is the upstairs deck because of the amazing view over the ocean which changes throughout the day. You can sit there and do everything from read the paper to have breakfast to host 18th birthday parties."
With a 12-metre lap pool, gym and wine cellar, it also features a home cinema. "This is great for the kids, they've always had friends over for movie night and sleepovers," she says.
It's scheduled for auction on May 15 through Mike Dunn of Clarke & Humel with a guide of $6,500,000 to $7,150,000.
Jan and Bill Dingle moved into 5/6 Fairlight Crescent in Fairlight six years ago after a developer bought the block, increased the space of the building and created six luxury apartments. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit has space for two cars and Jan says the view is mesmerising. "You can see to the heads and there is always a lot of activity on the water," she says. "Fairlight Pool is only a two-minute walk. And you can walk to Manly in under 15 minutes. Plus it's only a 20-minute ferry ride into one of the most beautiful cities in the world!"
Situated in a pet-friendly building, also features an internal private lift as there are two storeys. "I love sitting upstairs on the deck, particularly in the late afternoon with a drink. It's a lovely open space and you don't feel hemmed in at all."
It's up for auction May 15 auction through Nathan Tse of Rowe Partners Manly with a guide of $2.6 million.
Two for one in Narrabeen
When Shawn Bradstreet and his brother Darren found an old rundown fibro shack in North Narrabeen back in 2017, they knew they could turn it into something special. The duo are both builders and business partners. Together, they developed the site and have transformed it into 75 and 75A Rickard Road, two brand spanking new dwellings that are now up for sale. "We didn't hold back regarding the size of the rooms," says Shawn. "We wanted it to be a home where, no matter how many people are living there, they all like the size of their bedrooms." In addition to the main house, there is a separate two-bedroom cottage that can work for in-law accommodation or a teenagers' retreat.
In total, there are seven bedrooms, five bathrooms and space for two cars. Expressions of interest close May 6 through Joshua Perry of Belle Property Dee Why with a guide of $3,950,000.
Soak up the sun
Beach homes at Bungan continue to be popular and this one is no exception. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 24 Bungan Head Road, Newport is up for sale. The owner has been using it as a holiday home for his family. However, he also rents it out on Airbnb during school holidays for $2000 a night. With 180-degree north-facing views across Newport Beach, the multi-level home with lift access is 500 metres from Bungan Beach and also features a wet-edge swimming pool. It's up for auction through Jo Cowling and Kylie Segedin of LK Hooker Mona Vale with a guide of $5 million to $5.5 million.
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