Nostalgic Pearl Beach and Wagstaffe homes for sale with same price tag

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Nostalgic Pearl Beach and Wagstaffe homes for sale with same price tag of $2 million.

Two original homes in iconic waterfront locations are for sale in Pearl Beach and Wagstaffe with $2m price tags.

While the classic homes are completely different in size and appearance, the essence of nostalgia that they both bring to the table will resonate with locals and holiday makers.

The Pearl Beach property at 9 Green Point Rd is being offered for the first time since 1939.

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The house would be perfect for buyers looking for an exclusive Pearl Beach project to renovate and flip.

The house has not been offered to market since 1939.

The 1970s style home is on a generous 1042sqm block set on an exclusive beachfront street, tucked high up on the street with filtered ocean views.

North facing with five bedrooms, the home is being offered for the first time in 90 years.

The Wagstaffe property at 63 Wagstaffe Ave is an adorable northeast deep waterfront cottage with its own private sandy beach, jetty and mooring.

The cute cottage is located on a sought-after deep waterfront strip.

The property has it’s own private sandy beach, jetty and mooring.

Set on a 272sqm block, the three bedroom home is 15 metres from the Wagstaffe general store and post office and is being offered for the first time since 1975.

While much smaller in size than the Pearl Beach block, the absolute waterfront location is one of the most sought-after on the coast.

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“This is one of the last cottages on that strip that has not been developed, so it’s going to generate a lot of interest with locals, as well as the northern beaches market,” selling agent

Dale Bassett from PRD Ettalong said.

“People that love Pearl Beach also love Wagstaffe. These properties are diametrically different, but both have that sort of ‘passing of the baton’ feel about them.”

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