Space, views, luxurious appointments; tick, tick, tick
THE owner of this beachside property will — on occasion — be able to see dolphins swim by in the bay and sea eagles gliding above. Pretty hard to take, huh?
This 6.5ha property extends to the high-tide mark of Norfolk Bay.
The luxurious three-bedroom house is only four years old.
This enviro-friendly home has an insulated roof and walls and double-glazed windows.
From the modern style of the house to the beachfront location and breathtaking water views, this property is one outside the box.
That vista? It stretches far and wide from north and south, bay to bay, from the ranges of Mount Wellington to the hills of Koonya and the beach at Lime Bay on the Tasman Peninsula.
For effortless entertaining, there are bi-fold doors that open to a large patio overlooking the waterfront for barbecues or alfresco dining.
On entry there is a sense of space.
Stunning timber floors flow through the large kitchen and dining area.
Silestone benchtops with waterfall ends, an island bench, a corner pantry and views from the sink make the kitchen space unforgettable.
From the master bedroom the parents will be able to enjoy water views from bed. The luxury of an ensuite with a double shower, vanity, heated towel rail and underfloor heating add to the level of comfort. There is also a generous walk-in wardrobe.
There are two more double-sized bedrooms with built-ins, and each bedroom has plush carpet.
In the main bathroom there are marble-look ceramic tiles, a double vanity and corner spa bath.
Outdoors, the property features a large garage that is fully lined and offers access directly into the home.
There is also a separate undercover parking space for all sorts of boats, caravans or vehicles.
A fully fenced paddock fronting on to Arthur Highway currently provides a pasture for a flock of sheep.
Listed with Kate Storey Realty, No.3 Annie Street in Dunalley is priced at $1.5 million.