RESIDENTIAL PRESTIGE PROPERT Y REPORT
Private beachfront hideaway for Sydney family The property: 47 Ocean View Drive, Wamberal. This 6-bedroom home on a 1,126 sqm lot right on Wamberal Beach features a floorplan with a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor living with an entertainment deck overlooking the whole Pacific Ocean from Terrigal to Forresters Beach. Additional features include air conditioning throughout, manicured gardens and 2 lockup garages and direct access to the beach. The price: $3,500,000. This is the 4th highest price for Wamberal since 2007. The vendor: The vendor has sold after fifty years in the same family. The buyer: A Sydney family who will use it as a holiday home. The sale: The property was on the market for 11 days. It was listed for auction and sold after one open-home that saw 15 inspections. The agent: Tim Andrews and Kieran Easton from L J Hooker Terrigal.
East Gosford maisonette sets a new lifestyle standard A TOTALLY NEW and unique style of luxury living is being introduced to the Central Coast centred on East Gosford by the Evergrow Group and their architects White + Dickson Architects. Having designed and built their first project “Deux” a townhouse development of two maisonettes in Webb Street, East Gosford and getting a record price of $1.1 million for one and keeping the second as an investment the Evergreen Group have now moved on to their second project. Quattro will comprise four 3-bedroom 3-bathroom luxury maisonettes to be built at 6 Melbourne Street, East Gosford and will feature bespoke cabinetry and lighting throughout. From the double-height living spaces, to the mezzanine master suite and polished plaster stairwells each maisonette is perfectly proportioned and boasts a timeless aesthetic. The two west residences have water views across Caroline Bay and the stunning grounds by award-winning designer Michael Cooke reflect the unique style of living this prestigious development offers. Architect Andrew Dickson said, “Our vision for the project was to truly prove that architecture is the thoughtful making of space and Quattro’s maisonettes encapsulate the timeless quality of the French word meaning – petite house.”
Agents Richard Faulkner and Trent Mullen from Gittoes, agents at East Gosford report that No.3 has sold off the plan to a Central
Coast family for $1.1 million. Construction will start in the next few months and be completed by mid 2019.
CENTRAL COAST BUSINESS REVIEW JUNE 2018