Blue Bay duplex with ocean views includes own skateboarding ramp
This incredible Blue Bay duplex has 180-degree ocean views, a unique Japanese-inspired design and its very own skateboarding half pipe.
Across from the beach with direct path access to the sand, the property at 41A Werrina Pde is an active kids paradise.
“My son has lived here his whole life and learned to surf right out the front,” owner Judy Davidson said.
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“We brought in our own skate ramp too, which has been hours of entertainment. It is for sale with the house.”
If the kids are into adventure sports, you can’t get much better than this freshly painted custom built half pipe.
The ultimate gift from a cool parent or grandparent, the quirky feature would be like your own private babysitter…although big kids may also get a kick out of it too.
While the skate ramp is awesome, Ms Davidson originally fell in love with the position of the
“The views will always be uninterrupted. It is just such a tranquil place to be. Every day the view is different. At the moment we are whale watching, and they are almost as close as the surfers.”
The vendor and her husband purchased the property brand new in 2003 and have since done some extensive renovations.
Most of the windows and doors have been replaced, rooms added and extensions made to create the ultimate beachfront paradise.
Interiors fuse Japanese styling with a coastal ambience that Ms Davidson loves.
Enter up the entry stairs to be immediately captivated by a unique 3D architectural wall panelling that is highlighted by clever feature lighting.
Leading through to the main living areas, you are immediately drawn to the expansive views of the ocean.
The kitchen is a dream for entertainers, built and designed as highly functional with four ovens, two dishwashers, two sinks, stone benches and quality custom cabinetry.
Unique Shoji sliding screening is another highlight feature, acting as a teenagers bedroom and retreat that would be perfect for guests, media room or easily partition off for a third bedroom if needed.
Ms Davidson said that one of the best things about her street was that people did not even know it existed, even locals.
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However despite it being a hidden gem, Werrina Pde it is the most expensive street in Blue Bay when it comes to real estate, referred to as ‘millionaire’s row’.
The most expensive sales in the little beach town belong to 36 and 2 Werrina Pde, which both sold for $3.5 million.
The property at 41A Werrina Pde has a price guide of $2.25 million to 2.5 million.