A "two beach houses in one" style property on the South Coast also boasts a lighthouse lantern room to further showcase its amazing views.
The home, located at 33 Kurrawa Drive, Kioloa (a coastal town south of Ulladulla) is now on the market.
It has a price guide in the high $1 million to $2 million range.
Selling agent, Therese Solomon from Raine & Horne - Mollymook/Milton said it was an ideal family/holiday home, or alternatively the buyer could live in one house and rent out the other.
The three-level property, which looks down to Merry Beach, contains two fully self-contained houses.
It was built by the Adami family in the mid-'90s, and has remained in their ownership since then as a family holiday home.
Seller Jan Adami said it was her late husband Mauro's "big dream to build a house like this, and he finally made it".
Mr Adami's company built the granite 'boomerang' walls at Parliament House, Canberra.
"That's why the home has so much granite in it - it was one of the loves of his life, his granite machines that he went to Europe and got," Mrs Adami said.
The ground level home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, large living areas, a fully-equipped kitchen with granite benchtops, laundry and an undercover deck which leads out to the solar heated spa-pool.
From there, you can make your way up the granite stairs to the second level where the home opens up to the ocean and national park views. There is a fully-equipped kitchen with granite benchtops, four bedrooms, another three bathrooms and a powder room. There are two undercover decks and spa on this level, and another laundry.
There is also a third level that is reminiscent of a lighthouse lantern room/observatory, affording a vantage point to enjoy sunrises and sunsets.
Mrs Adami said this was a unique and popular feature of the home.
"It was my husband's delight to go up there," she said.
"He loved watching the storms from there, and the lightning strike the sea.
"But it was also a great place to have a drink before dinner and watch the world go by, as you can watch out to the sea and the mountains."
Mrs Adami said she was selling the home in order to downsize and be closer to family.
"I'll be sad to sell it, but it just comes to the stage where you think, 'I'm not getting the use out of it that I should do'," she said.
"I'll miss it, but life moves on, and things change.
"There's some lovely granite in there, and we're leaving the big granite table, which seats ten people... It belongs in the house."
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Mrs Solomon said the home was attracting interest from Sydney, Canberra and local buyers.
"The lighthouse section at the top that gives you those 360-degree views is a great feature," Mrs Solomon said. "It's been a much-loved family home."
According to CoreLogic, the population of Kioloa in 2011 was 208 people. By 2016, the population was 253.
The predominant age group in Kioloa is 60 to 69 years.
Mrs Solomon said Kioloa was a tightly-held area.
"You've got nice food options, lovely beaches all around you and kangaroos everywhere - it's really pristine," she said.