Bulli beach house in bush setting listed for auction: photos

A four-bedroom home surrounded by an established garden and located just footsteps to Bulli Beach combines the best of both worlds.

Listed with Belle Property, the home at 7 Farrell Road, Bulli was extensively renovated 15 years ago with an upstairs addition and extension to the rear of the property.

Set on 734 square metres, the brick and timber home is north facing and combines indoor/outdoor living with large entertaining decks.

Three bedrooms, a study space, bathroom and rumpus room with two decked areas at the front and rear of the home make up the downstairs.

Upstairs the kitchen, dining and living area opens out through bi-fold doors to an entertainers deck set among the treetops. The master bedroom is located upstairs within a parents retreat featuring a private balcony.

Selling agent Amanda Moore said the home has loads of character with large windows and balconies allowing natural light to filter inside. Blackbutt floors enhance the classic beach house vibe of the home.

“It is so close to the beach you can hear the waves, but the garden has been designed to provide a lot of privacy,” Ms Moore said. “This home has a really nice feel to it.” 

Owned by a passionate gardener, the tree-studded yard is lush and private. The backyard is level and fenced with a 5000-litre water tank helping keep the lawns green. The home is located within easy walking distance to Bulli Beach, bike track, parkland, cafes and schools. 

The home will be auctioned on December 18 and is expected to attract offers above $1.3 million.

Dream house in Shellharbour

Construction began this week on a new European influenced townhouse development in Shellharbour 

Called Traumhaus – which translates to ‘dream house’ in German, the three homes are being built at 3 Reid Street, Shellharbour close to the village and new marina precinct.

Designed by Austrian architects “passionate about space and light” the three to four bedroom homes have a striking cantilever design with a focus on cross flow ventilation.

Other features include stone bench tops in the kitchen and a breakfast bar that opens onto a courtyard and covered outdoor area, European appliances and timber flooring in the living and dining areas.

Expressions of interest in the homes can be made by contacting Teresa Costa at LJ Hooker Warrawong.

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