Large Point Clare home among the mangoes sold prior to auction
A large family home built around dramatic Central Coast rock formations has sold prior to auction $50,000 above the bidding guide.
The four-bedroom property at 45 Nioka Ave was sold to a Sydney family for bang on $1 million.
The lucky buyers have also scored two mature mango trees.
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“The owners have been eating mangoes for 20 years, the trees are huge,” agent Andrew Macdonald from Ray White Point Clare said.
Overlooking the Brisbane Waters, the property has been cleverly designed to seamlessly fuse the best aspects of the bay and the bush.
Dramatic natural rock formations have been incorporated into the landscaped gardens, with low maintenance native plants, palms and the mango trees.
Selling for one of the highest prices on record for a non-waterfront or waterfront reserve home, Mr Macdonald said that he had multiple interested buyers.
“The vendors built the house around 20 years ago when I sold them the block of land. It is a stunning home — the views are even better than they look in the pictures,” he said.
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The split-level home includes expansive entertainment decks and three of the four bedrooms have their own private balcony access.
The property is a short walk from Point Clare train station, ALDI and the trendy This Little Piggy cafe, along with the highly regarded Point Clare Primary School.