The address says it all … this property is most definitely a surfer’s dream beach pad, and it’s set to go under the hammer with a price guide in the high $4 million range.
Located on the fringe of trendy Mollymook, 15 Surfers Avenue at Narrawallee is in a quieter, more laid-back locale with one of the South Coast’s most pristine beaches right on the doorstep.
Selling agent Ben Pryde from Raine & Horne Mollymook-Milton said homes in the iconic street were tightly held and highly sought-after.
“This is a fantastic beach for surfing and swimming, and the sheltered little cove in the southern corner is perfect for beginner surfers,” he said.
“Narrawallee Beach has always been popular with families, with lifeguards on patrol over the summer holidays. It’s quieter than Mollymook Beach and a bit old-school, which people love.
“The great thing about Narrawallee Beach is that it’s flat, so when you go for a walk, you’re looking back at the natural bushland – it’s really beautiful.”
He said while some recently sold beach houses boasted cliff-top views, this home had the benefit of being just steps from the sand.
“You can literally throw your towel over the front railing, walk across the road and have a dip, and be back home before you’re dry – it’s that close,” Ben said.
A section of sand further up the beach allows dogs at specific times so pampered pups and their owners can socialise and benefit from exercise and fresh sea air.
Renovated by award-winning local building company SR Robinson and Sons, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home is set over three levels with elevated views stretching the length of Narrawallee Beach and beyond.
“The renovations have been done really well and it still has that quintessential beach house feel,” Ben said.
“They’ve made the most of the views and the northerly aspect, with bifold doors in the living areas opening out onto the huge entertaining deck. It’s a beautiful space that’s hard to beat.
“This home’s just got that perfect gap in the bushland opposite, so you get uninterrupted views, but you’ve still got that leafy protection to stop the blustering nor-easters.”
An ideal multigenerational holiday home, the property features an open-plan living area with spotted gum hardwood flooring and a gas fireplace, and a gourmet kitchen complete with a walk-in pantry, stone benchtops and captivating views stretching to Point Perpendicular at Jervis Bay.
Ben said three of the five good-sized bedrooms have luxurious ensuites, with the master suite on the top level soaking in the sun and beach views through picture windows.
Loads of outside spaces and nooks offer privacy for relaxing at any time of day, whether you’re chasing the sun or the shade.
“You’re looking down at the surfers and people bobbing around in the ocean below, but they can’t really see up to the deck. It’s elevated and private with enough trees around to give you that serene mix of beach and bush,” Ben said.
Sitting on a 1094 square metre block on the high side of the road, the property offers a triple garage with a workshop, providing ample space for both vehicles and beach gear.
“This really is a stunning home in one of the top three streets in the area,” Ben said.
“People are falling in love with the views and the blue-ribbon location, which is just a short walk through a coastal track to popular restaurants, including Rick Stein at Bannisters, the Pavilion Rooftop and Gwylo.”
The property can be viewed by appointment only ahead of the auction at 6 pm on Friday, 22 March, at the Ulladulla Civic Centre, unless sold prior.