Sunny and spacious Blue Mountains cottage. Filled with light and sun, Grevillea is a wonderful 5 bedroom Federation home, blending traditional character with modern living. Conveniently situated in a premier location, in a quiet cul-de-sac; come and enjoy all the very best the majestic Blue Mountains has to offer. Grevillea is only moments away from excellent cafes, restaurants, the aquatic centre, native bushland access, nature-walks and spectacular mountain lookouts.
Perfectly suited to families and large groups, this spacious, well designed home offers comfortable accommodation for up to 12 people. Cool in summer and warm (centrally heated) in winter, this is a house for all seasons. You will be delighted with the large bedrooms, high ceilings, period details and polished kauri timber floors. Take full advantage of the well equipped kitchen and enjoy dinner on the grand dining table. Relax in the open planned living area or enjoy the outdoors on either the sheltered front veranda or the rear sunny deck, overlooking the garden with its abundant birdlife. You will love Grevillea.
There are five comfortable bedrooms:
Bedroom 1 (green) - Queen-size Bed & 1 x Trundle Bed
Bedroom 2 (pink) - Queen-size Bed & 1 x Trundle Bed
Bedroom 3 (blue) - 2 x Single Beds
Bedroom 4 (yellow)- 2 x Single Beds
Bedroom 5 (yellow)- 2 x Single Beds
Linen can be supplied @$25 per bed
The main green bedroom has a queen-size bed, bedside tables & lamps, antique wardrobe, dresser, armchair, sofa and a trundle bed.
The pink bedroom has a queen-size bed, bedside tables & lamps, antique wardrobe, dresser, armchair and sofa and a trundle bed.
The blue bedroom with 2 single beds, bedside table & lamp, wardrobe, antique dresser and chair.
Two yellow bedrooms, each with 2 single beds, bedside tables, lamps, wardrobes, dressers and chairs.
The surrounds - both spectacular nature and rich cultural life
Grevillea is only moments away from excellent cafes, restaurants and shops to the east, the aquatic centre to the north, native bushland access to the west and spectacular mountain lookouts to the south. It is both close to town as well as the Blue Mountains National Park. The house is located near the end of the cul-de-sac, from where you have access to native bushland with the start of a nature-walk leading to Scenic World, Katoomba Falls and on to the Three Sisters. At Scenic World take the cable car and view Katoomba Falls from high up, or take the scenic railroad down to the floor of the rainforest to see tall gums and other ancient trees. Take the Cliff walk with its spectacular lookouts and gaze towards the Three Sisters, Mount Solitary, the Ruined Castle, Orphan Rock and Narrowneck, all of which are accessible on bushwalks. You will find that there are so many activities to choose from and all within reasonable walking distance to the house.