This lovely beach house is set on a large private bush block, 3 km north of Binalong Bay and adjoining the Bay of Fires Coastal Reserve. It enjoys panoramic sea views from upstairs living areas and the large private deck and is surrounded by beautiful, native vegetation providing an ideal habitat for many species of birds and animals, especially the rare yellow-tailed black cockatoo and sea eagles.
The house is light, sunny and warm throughout the year with uninterrupted northern sun during the day. It is very well set up for holidays or extended stays with quality fittings, a very well equipped kitchen complete with espresso machine, sharp knives and everything a serious cook might need. There is a leather modular setting with rugs and cushions perfect for curling up on in front of the fire or just admiring the panoramic views to the north. There are 2 wood combustion heaters, a modern Scandinavian one upstairs with glass doors and another downstairs which keep the house warm and comfortable.
From a large, sunny, upstairs deck complete with a Weber Q barbecue and outdoor dining setting there are extensive views to the north and east of the Bay of Fires Coastal Reserve and Pacific Ocean.
Jeanneret Beach is a generally safe, beautiful swimming and snorkelling beach about 3 minutes walk away or the wilder surf beach directly in front of the house is accessed by a path through the coastal reserve.
The house is a 5 minute drive or a 35 minute walk along the beach from Binalong Bay with its bistro/restaurant which is open all day from breakfast to dinner.
Of the two bedrooms upstairs one has a very comfortable queen size bed, the other has a very good double bed. Bathroom and toilet facilities are all downstairs. Downstairs there are 2 bunk rooms, one of which has a double bed on the bottom.
There is also a table tennis table set up downstairs.
Outside there is a wood bbq and a fire pit for those who enjoy sitting round a camp fire.
The house adjoins the world famous Bay of Fires Coastal Reserve north of Binalong Bay and is surrounded by beautiful original native vegetation.
The swimming is wonderful with the dazzling white beaches and very clear blue water. A variety of beaches lets you decide if you want surf or flat water. There is a huge diversity of fish in the kelp beds just off the granite rocks on the headlands. The snorkelling is excellent.
The area is ideal for boating or kayaking and we have often kayaked with dolphins just in front of the house. We have also seen whales in May, June and September mostly as they come and go from Antarctica.
There is a pair of sea eagles that nest nearby and these can usually be seen each day