On the high side, looking west towards Pittwater, this imposing 1970s build is solid and well set. It could easily be reconfigured, and re-imagined.
There's no disguising it. It's a bit of a walk. A rather nice one though, through beautifully built and maintained stone terraced gardens with watering systems installed, up a meandering even-stepped pathway, through mature trees and elegant under-planting.
There is an inactive inclinator, which might be worth reviving...
Just above the street level, there's also a generous double garage, well built and solid.
Okay. Phew. At the house. It faces west, so it's light and sunny. There's a deep covered terrace running along the entire frontage. In through the front door, into a light, bright, hallway, with open tread stairs heading upwards. To the left, with full height windows and a sliding door to the terrace, is a carpeted large double bedroom. To the right, a vast sitting room, also carpeted, which could be a rumpus, or another bedroom. Again, doors to the deck, full height windows.
Up again. To a glorious master bedroom, with a high vaulted ceiling, with a wall of wardrobes.There's full height windows that open to the top level covered timber deck. There's another small bedroom/study, with BIR, and a huge bathroom with underfloor heating for those cooler months. To the right, past a tall hall cupboard, head into the kitchen, which opens onto the level rear lawn. Beyond that is the laundry, also with a door to the outside. Go through to the top-level living room, again with a vaulted ceiling, and a combustion fireplace. Tall windows, door to deck...filtered views to Pittwater.
Out back...a level lawn, and a further couple of gloriously planted mature terraces.
That's pretty much it. Move in, settle down, think how lucky you are...