Spacious Comfortable Functional
In 1974 when HQ Holden's ruled the road and Graeme Eadie won the Rothmans Medal, this outstanding Philip Cox designed home was nominated a Category Winner in the Sun Herald House of the Year Competition.
And with such a distinguished pedigree, it's no surprise the home displays an absolutely remarkable functionality - years ahead of its time.
Key to its success as the ideal home for a large or 'Brady Bunch' family is the innovative split level design.
Unlike many homes of the era, where split level was commonly 3-4 level or half levels, at No. 124 the architect and builder have collaborated to achieve the Holy Grail of a comfortable, spacious family home with no less than 5 or 6 separate living and entertaining areas, yet the overwhelming sense is one of practicality and functionality.
It's nothing short of brilliant.
No. 124 has the perfect layout for a large, blended family where tweens and teens, boys and girls, parents and friends can be home at the same time, all with their friends, yet in totally separate areas, happily enjoying themselves.
Of course, the corner location means there's loads of parking options - 4 or 5 cars on the driveway with the overflow up on Grandview Parade, entering the home via the side gate.
When you consider the proximity to the beach, City bus past the front door, loads of accommodation and parking options, this home is a must see for big, busy families looking to get close to the beach.
andbull; Brilliant beachside lifestyle, an easy walk to Mona Vale Headland, the beach, cafes and playgrounds
andbull; Quality full brick and concrete construction
andbull; Meticulously maintained and presented
andbull; 5 or 6 living and entertaining areas inside and out
andbull; 4 double bedrooms each with built-ins
andbull; Master bedroom has walk in robe and ensuite (with scope to upgrade)
andbull; The main bathroom has been recently updated
andbull; Large kitchen dining and family room flo