A stunning four-bedroom house set in a “magical location” has just hit the market – but it hides a big secret from passerby’s.
The house, which is located in Australia, has a hefty $4.5-$5 million, £2.5-£2.8 million price guide – and it’s clear why, when you see what’s on offer.
The house features three luxe bathrooms, treetop views from the first floor, a large garden with a pool and a built-in BBQ to entertain guests.
Although the exterior of the house screams modern, beach chic and is enough to catch a buyers attention, what lies at the back of the property is enough to take your breathe away.
Buyers will have a rare chance to “own the sand” at your own private beach.
Yes, you heard correctly.
For the first time in generations, there is a chance for buyers to get their hands on a slice of the stunning private waterfront paradise.
McEwing and Partners director Dean Phillips said it was difficult to find private beaches for sale “anywhere in Australia”.
He told realestate.com.au : “A chance to own the sand on a private beach is the reality of what’s on title here.
“It’s a very unique offering with gorgeous views and absolutely no foot traffic nearby.”
The property is set in an exclusive street shared by only three other residents – making it perfect for a couple or family who want their privacy.
Mr Phillips explained that all of the houses on the streets have been held by families for generations, with some being passed down for up to 80 years.
But this house was built 10 years ago by a star-studded duo – a high-end builder and his stylist wife.
And both the exterior and interior of the property, which has been completed to the highest standard, reflects that.
On the ground floor, you can find a beach-chic style kitchen with waterfall bench tops and spacious living room with fire place, and upstairs there is a theatre and games room.
To the rear of the property – other than the private beach – is a large garden with a self-cleaning pool, an outside terrace with BBQ and an outdoor shower.
The property is complete with four bedrooms and three bathrooms across the two levels.
Mr Phillips said the property was expected to attract plenty of interest from those looking for a “holiday home on the peninsula that’s a little bit different to those in more suburban settings” – and a holiday home it is indeed.
The house is for private sale.