Your own view of the coast
The benefits are obvious in a modern, well-positioned Seacliff home, writes Tom Dougherty.
AMODERN home at Seacliff has an amazing uninterrupted view of the sea that is second-to-none, vendor Sue Warbuton says.
‘‘It is all about the view here, it is very unique in the sense that there will be no other properties like this that you can get this 180 degree view,’’ she says.
‘‘You can see right down from Marino to the Brighton Jetty, and it is quite a large, livable space as well. And it has a northwest aspect so you don’t get too much direct sun.’’
Built in 1999, the home has up to four bedrooms.
The master is on the top level, and it features floor-to-ceiling windows, access to a balcony, a walk-in robe and an ensuite with a shower and a spa bath.
The main living area is on the top floor and consists of an open-plan kitchen, meals and family room, also with floor-toceiling windows and access to a balcony. ‘‘It was designed so that just about every room in the house has a sea view,’’ she says.
‘‘The balconies we wanted quite large so you can do a fair bit of entertaining on them.’’
The kitchen features wooden cupboards, stainless-steel appliances and an island bench.
‘‘It is a nice, usable kitchen that when you are washing up at the sink you are looking out to the beach and it has lots of cupboards and draws,’’ Ms Warbuton says.
‘‘The whole top floor is quite open-plan from the time you walk in the front door and see the view and downstairs is what we call the kids area, a living room and reasonably large balcony as well.’’
There is also a dining room and a study on the top floor and a bathroom with a toilet.
Three other bedrooms are on the bottom level of the home and two have ceiling fans, builtin robes and sea views.
Also on the lower level is a living room, which has built-in cupboards and a sink, and there is also a two-way bathroom with a spa bath and a shower.
A study on the top floor could also be used as a fifth bedroom as well.