This sandstone house in a suburban street hides a luxury home – complete with breathtaking ocean views, an infinity pool and a bedroom like no other
- This property looks like a quirky sandstone house with a closed garage
- But as soon as you step through the doors, you will be surprised to find a luxury home
- The pavilion-style house is on the Central Coast of New South Wales
On the outside, this property looks like a quirky sandstone home with a closed garage and a natural environment.
But as soon as you step through the doors, you will be surprised to find a luxury three-bedroom home with spectacular ocean views, suitable for the rich and famous.
Located on the Central Coast of New South Wales, the pavilion-style home is complete with stunning interior features, an infinity pool and a large bedroom look like no other.
On the outside, this property looks like a quirky sandstone house with an enclosed garage and a natural environment – but as soon as you step through the doors you will be blown away
The spacious bedroom and suite both have beautiful ocean views
The award-winning Killcare Heights property offers panoramic views of crystal clear waters and has been sold for a known amount, but was advertised on the market with a price guide of around $ 4 million.
Belle Property Killcare real estate agent Cathy Baker said that a retired couple from Sydney demolished the property because they plan to use the space as a weekender.
& # 39; It's such an & iconic home, and now others can enjoy using it as a vacation home, & # 39; Mrs. Baker said Central Coast Express lawyer.
Other features include three bathrooms, a designer kitchen, a spacious terrace and a fourth room that can be converted into a home office or entertainment room.
The spacious master bedroom and guest suite overlook the generous swimming pool and offer beautiful ocean views.
The house in pavilion style comes complete with a spectacular infinity pool
According to the publication, the building was the former family home of journalist and corporate high-flyer Lee Casey
According to the Central Coast Express Advocate, the building used to be the home of a journalist and board member Lee Casey.
Casey started his career as a cadet journalist before he reached the rank of CEO and president of the Australian Associated Press.
He came up with and implemented the idea of AAPT – the third largest telecommunications company in Australia.
After announcing his retirement in 1999, Casey and his wife moved to Killcare on the NSW Central Coast, where he was closely involved with the local community.
Casey died tragically early in 2016 at the age of 78.
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