A Hamptons-influenced home located directly opposite Warilla Beach and boasting the ultimate “man cave” has sold for $2.5 million.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located at 18 Little Lake Crescent, Warilla.
The property had a price guide of $2.4 million, and sold earlier this month for $2,505,000.
Selling agent, Ray White Shellharbour Oak Flats Group principal Amanda Bonnici said it sold to a Sydney buyer who intended to utilise it as a holiday house.
Previous owners Deana and Manuel Aranega bought the property and initially rented it out, before deciding to knock it down and rebuild their ideal home in 2014.
Mrs Aranega described it as a modern, Hamptons-style home, and called it a “labour of love” and “our dream house on the beach”.
“We wanted something that was coastal and could withstand the elements of the coastal living,” she said.
“What really inspired us was having a kind of holiday home (feel) where we live.”
Ms Bonnici said one of the appealing elements of the home for prospective buyers was its “man cave”.
Mrs Aranega said this was influenced by her husband’s trip to the US to participate in the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
“He went to all the bars in Dakota and other places they went,” she said.
“He got really inspired and built that.”
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