Secure one of Seaforth's last premium vacant land holdings - Approx 1108 SQM (Under Offer)
With fantastic versatility you can design a home with drive in access from either Dalwood Avenue or Harvey Street West. Taking advantage of the elevation of an entrance from Dalwood Avenue will help facilitate capturing views over Middle Harbour to Castlecrag and Castlecove.
You will be enchanted by the tranquillity & peacefulness of the location. Having never been built on, the land is currently tree studded & the gorgeous outlook is hidden.
With such a large block there will be plenty of room for kids to play basking in Northern sun, even after having built a substantial home.
Conveniently located only a short stroll down to Sangrado
public wharf and an easy level walk to public transport.
This location provides an adventure playground on your doorstep.
Capitalise on this opportunity to build something special on this rare Site!
Price: Offers Over $1,010,000 (Under Offer)
For details contact: Tim Wirth 0421 997 845
Glen Wirth 0411 249 955
Seaforth is situated on the Northern Beaches just 12km from the CBD bordered by North Balgowlah, Balgowlah Heights and Clontarf. With fantastic harbor views of Middle Harbour, Sugarloaf Bay and Bantry Bay, It has become one of Sydney’s most exclusive and sought after suburbs offering boutique style living in an exceptional location.
• Seaforth Village offering a range of various services, cafes and restaurants.
• Seaforth Primary School is located in Kempbridge Avenue and there are a number of other local schools close by such as Balgowlah Boys Campus and Saint Cecilia’s School
• Regular bus services to Manly, CBD, Chatswood, Narraweena and the CBD.
• Sangrado public jetty where you can kayak or fish
• Harbour pool in Gurney Crescent
• Seaforth Oval which is home to Seaforth Football Club
• Minutes to Clontarf Reserve where you can swim in the Harbour Pool, walk your dog at Sandy point or enjoy a barbeque or picnic.
• Spit to Manly walk is just nearby
• 5 minutes’ drive to Manly where you can catch a ferry, shop or eat at one of the many amazing eateries
Named after Loch Seaforth and Seaforth Island in Scotland the suburb of Seaforth was originally a 30 acre grant made to James Bligh in 1857. In 1906 astute real estate developer Henry F Halloran subdivided and sold Seaforth Estate.
Like the surrounding suburbs of the Northern Harbour district it was after WWII that development really started to take off.
What was once a bluff of virgin bush land joined to the rest of Sydney by a narrow two lane wooden bridge is now a thriving and popular suburb. The weekend shacks long replaced by opulent 3 story homes with enviable harbour vistas.