Set in a small boutique block, this amazing ocean view apartment is one of only two apartments in the block that has direct access to the water at Gordon Bay!
Picture waking up to the amazing views of the Iconic Gordon Bay in this elegantly styled three bedroom apartment.
Designed with tranquility in mind, the living space radiates calm filling the space with splendid natural light. The expansive entertainment terrace expands across to the master bedroom and is perfect for enjoying the peace and quiet whilst laying in the sunshine or entertaining guests listening to the ocean.
Go to sleep listening to the waves crash below you under the stars and wake up to the glorious sunrise in the master bedroom which hosts a luxurious king sized bed with spacious ensuite bathroom and opens onto the sunlit entertainment terrace.
Second bedroom is elegantly furnished with a queen sized bed and the third bedroom is set as a glorious relaxing office space with single bed that can be transformed into a double bed if so desired.
Work in this relaxing atmosphere or simply relax it is your choice.
Large functional kitchen with dishwasher and stainless steel double door fridge assists in making you feel at home as well as a full bathroom complete separate deep bathtub ideal for soaking.
Apartment comes with wifi access, private internal laundry, a secure car space as well as ample guest parking only a short stroll two streets away.
Casually stroll to Gordons Bay for a refreshing dip or stroll to the famous Clovelly Beach and enjoy the sun and sand or perhaps a swim in the public salt water ocean pool (Patrolled by the Clovelly Surf Life Saving Club).
Bundock Park is located right next door to the Clovelly Surf Life Saving Club also to enjoy a picnic or you can dine at the Seasalt Café.
What does Clovelly in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs have to offer?
As reviewed on
‘Clovelly Beach is a small and tranquil beach, located the mouth of a narrow bay between two rocky ridges. Concrete platforms and promenades have been constructed on both sides of the bay. A saltwater pool is located on the southern side of the beach. The Sea Salt Cafe is located at the beach.'
‘Flanked by tall rocky headlands and sheltered by a breakwater, Clovelly Beach's natural rock pool has a reputation among Sydneysiders as the best snorkeling spot in town. This tranquil inlet is a bit like a giant aquarium and a good spot to check out toadfish, scalyfin, kelpfish, starfish, sponges and if you're lucky, the odd Port Jackson shark. Clovelly is most famous for its protected Gropers keep an eye out for friendly Bluey, who's the resident groper in the bay.
Other great snorkeling areas in Sydney include Gordons Bay, also in Clovelly. Just south of Clovelly Beach and north of Coogee, the Bay is protected by an off-shore reef and with its crystal clear waters, it's considered an ideal site for beginners and families. Expect to spot everything from starfish and anemones to gropers, spotted goatfish, cuttlefish and baby sharks.'
Other Things to Note
Sydney CBD is only approx 8km from Clovelly so you can work and play in Sydney.
The eastern Suburbs in Sydney is located between Sydney City and the Pacific ocean coastline. It is one of the most popular areas for visitors to Sydney, including the Bondi Beach and Watsons Bay areas. It is well-served by public transport and located on the same side of Sydney Harbour as the city.
The Eastern Suburbs enjoys extensive frontages on the Harbour, the Ocean beaches and extensive towering sandstone clifftops. This part of Sydney has a choice of over 20 different beaches. Sydney's eastern suburbs connect through to the City Centre through the City east precinct and adjoin the City south precinct toward the south of the city and on further toward the Kingsford Smith International airport at Mascot.