This is arguably the most idyllic beachfront location on the Central Coast, home to one of the area's best surf breaks.
Better than its large 1064-square-metre beachfront plot is the promise of no neighbours along the northern boundary to Cochrane Lagoon. The large council-owned reserve is never to be built upon, leaving the home with all-day sun, privacy and rare north easterly views to the lagoon, beach and ocean.
The single-storey, three-bedroom house is the quintessential 1950s beach house, with a large deck and patio facing the surf and lagoon, two bathrooms and off street parking. The property presents an excellent development opportunity as the findings from Council's recent coastal study show the potential for a large building footprint, well behind the relevant hazard lines.