A unique pole home set on two blocks of land in a Mount Keira bush setting has come on to the market for the first time in three decades.
The four-bedroom home at 65-67 Morandoo Avenue (pictured below) was professionally designed and landscaped to take in the outlook and slope of the land, and is spread across four levels.
Set on a 1771-square-metre block, the property is located in a peaceful street.
Listed with Sally Absalom of One Agency Sally Absalom, the home features a light and airy main living area which opens out to a balcony, laminate kitchen with ample bench and cupboard space, Smeg induction cooktop, Kleenmaid appliances and a huge walk-in pantry.
The master bedroom has a generous-sized walk-in wardrobe.
There is an off-street hard stand area for three cars and a lock-up storeroom under the house with power and windows.
Ms Absalom said the current owners had lived at the property for 32 years.
The property is open for inspection on Saturday from 11am to midday. It will go to auction on Saturday, March 1, at 11am. The price guide is more than $495,000.
A two-level house on Kiama’s beachfront Pheasant Point Drive is on the market for $2.6 million.
The property has expansive views to the north over the Pacific Ocean and along the coastline, while also having an outlook over Kiama Harbour and the lighthouse.
Listed with Rob Havasi, of Ray White Kiama, the property is a north-facing home set on a 948-square-metre block.
A self-contained studio/unit can be used within the home or offered separately to increase income.
Three two-bedroom units are located behind the house.
Mr Havasi said the property offered the purchaser with multiple options for living, deriving additional income or redeveloping to capitalise further.
Inspections can be arranged by contacting Mr Havasi.
A three-bedroom Bulli home, circa 1940, which has been beautifully renovated, will go to auction on Saturday on-site.
The home known as Carinya, at 16 Beattie Avenue (pictured above), is set on an 816-square-metre block close to the beach and the Bulli fruit market.
Listed with Andrew Hedley, of Bevans Wollongong, the property features fragrant formal gardens, a comfortable verandah, quality hardwood flooring, high ornate ceilings and a single-level open-plan design.
Mr Hedley said the kitchen and two living areas flow to an outdoors area which meets a large covered deck to continue the entertaining possibilities.
The kitchen has stone benches, stainless steel Miele oven, integrated dishwasher and microwave and walk-in pantry.
A generous-sized master retreat has a hidden ensuite and walk-in wardrobe.
The home is open for inspection on Saturday from midday to 12.30pm. The auction will take place at 12.30pm.
A four-bedroom Mount Ousley home with coastal views is being sold for $769,000.
The property at 39 Sunninghill Circuit (pictured above) is set on an 847-square-metre block with wide frontage.
Listed with Joe Paiano of Peter Taranto Real Estate, the home features multiple living and dining rooms, expansive terrace, gardens, pool, billiards room, four-car garage, air conditioning and security.
Mr Paiano said the formal double living room opened out on to a large terrace. A fully renovated kitchen had stone tops and stainless steel appliances.
There was also an outdoor pool area, 114-square-metre garage, workshop, laundry and storage areas.
The home is open for inspection on Saturday from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
Peter Taranto Real Estate has another new listing at 39 Fairloch Avenue, Farmborough Heights.
The four-bedroom home with multiple living and dining areas, plus sunroom, is on the market for offers above $409,000.
Listed with sales agent Thomas Peloni, the home is open from midday to 12.45pm.
Worth a look
• A four-bedroom Avondale house for $1,189,000 through Peter Taranto
• A four-bedroom Gerroa house for auction through Raine & Horne
• A four-bedroom Russell Vale house for auction through Ray White
• A three-bedroom Wollongong unit, POA, through ONEAGENCY
• A two-bedroom Woonona unit for $329,000 through Ray White