11 September 2019

Headland estate at McKenzies Beach comes with tennis court and your own patch of beach

| Glynis Quinlan
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This six-bedroom home on unspoilt coastal headland comes with a tennis court, sauna and your own patch of sand. All photos supplied by Colliers International Wollongong.

A beachfront headland estate which has recently gone on the market at McKenzies Beach couples the allure of sun, sand and sea on your doorstep with that of a substantial home, tennis court and sauna.

Located two hours’ drive from Canberra, the property at 650 George Bass Drive, Malua Bay is a rare offering as it includes ownership of a pathway down to the beach and your own patch of sand.

Positioned on 16,000 square metres of unspoilt coastal headland, the estate features a large six-bedroom brick residence, three bathrooms, a double car garage and a championship-sized tennis court.

The private pathway from the home meanders gently through a mature iron bark woodland enclave to McKenzies Beach below.

The beach itself comprises a small cove hidden between two headlands with ‘surfable’ surf and a tiny public car park that limits the number of visitors.

Listing agent Geoff Payne of Colliers International Wollongong said that the property represents a true retreat.

“McKenzies Beach headland is such a rare offering it’s unlikely to ever be repeated on the NSW coast,” Mr Payne said.

“As soon as you arrive, you are greeted with vistas of sparkling sapphire waters, and hypnotic sounds of rolling surf instantly lulling you into a relaxed meditative state.”

The headland estate is only a couple of hours’ drive from Canberra and is close to local shopping and dining opportunities, as well as Batemans Bay regional shopping centre and the regional hospital.

The property is for sale via expressions of interest with a price guide of more than $4 million.

For more information or to arrange an inspection contact Mr Payne on 0418 428 398 or click here.

Below is a video of the property provided by Colliers International Wollongong.

Original Article published by Glynis Quinlan on The RiotACT.

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