Located right on the waters edge this modern contemporary two storey home offers the ultimate Pittwater oasis right at your front door.
Ultra stylish, vibrantly light, open plan design with versatile living spaces which provides integrated indoor and outdoor entertaining areas.
Upstairs comprises four bedrooms all with views and a spacious bathroom.
Downstairs flows from in to out through wide stacking glass doors. The layout comprises both formal and casual lounges, dining and second bathroom, two outdoor entertaining areas complete with heated spa.
Lounge also features a slow combustion fireplace; with plenty of wood available.
Separate to the house is a fabulous studio with bathroom and further accommodation with a double bed and pull out sofa allowing up to 12 guests total.
Enjoy this waterside position with amazing views and watch the children big and small play and swim in serene Bill's Bay.
Please note that this is self catering holiday home and there is no car access or shop access on the Island however Church Point is only a five minute ferry ride or water taxi.
Up to 13 guest total
Main house sleeps 8
4 bedrooms 2 queen, 1 double and 2 singles plus trundle
Studio available that sleeps 4
1 double and 1 sofa bed
Large front and rear deck for entertaining complete with BBQ and spa.
Wood fire for cold and rainy days
TV's with a large selection of DVDs
Laundry facilities, washer/dryer
Jetty and pontoon.
Water sports available at home
-1 single kayak
-1 double kayak
-2 stand up paddle boards
-fishing rods for kids to drop in a line at the end of the jetty
You are welcome to bring your own boat and toys
Across the bay is the Waterfront Cafe at Church Point or the Green Pearl at Bayview all easily accessed by water
There is excellent fishing, swimming, kayaking and bush walking activities within the region of the Ku-ring-gai National Park.
The Ku-ring-gai National Park is located across the bay from Scotland Island,accessible by ferry. The National Park is Heritage listed and is the original home of the Garigal People. The West Head walking trail reveals the ancient aboriginal rock engravings in the wide smooth sandstone outcrops that skirt the trail.
The use of the property for a function or party is strictly prohibited; it is not to be used to hold a party, wedding ceremony, wedding reception, bucks/hens party or any other function including business or commercial use. Additionally we do not accept group bookings for people under 30. Our neighbours are good friends and we would like to keep it that way.