Luxury on Collers Bay Mollymook
Luxurious holiday accommodation secluded in a quiet cul-de-sac with amazing water views to Point Perpendicular and Collers Beach Mollymook.
The architecturally designed home is surrounded by lush native gardens with a large north facing entertaining deck overlooking the ocean. Soak up the sun whilst taking in the view over a morning coffee. You may even see a whale or two sheltering in the bay or a pod of dolphins.
Designed for spacious easy flow living there is plenty of room for all the family. The main bedroom also enjoys water views with a large ensuite with a separate wing with 3 double bedrooms, a large bathroom and toilet and laundry all with quality linen and towels to make your stay enjoyable. The modern kitchen kitchen will delight the foodie in any guest and is designed with entertaining in mind flowing into the dining area and formal lounge as well as the alfresco deck which is lovely all year round.
The property is just a short walk to Collers Beach Mollymook well known to local families for safe swimming in the rockpool, a spot of fishing or a surf in the crystal blue waters. After swimming at the beach enjoy a warm outdoor shower before lunch.
The double lock up parking provides added security for your stay with additional parking available at the front of the property.
Perfect for the family reunion or a romantic getaway.
Please note a bond of $1000 will be required for your stay,
Minimum 2 night stay: $1,450(off Peak)
2 Night Stay - $1,600(only available outside Christmas and Easter holidays)
Off Peak rate: $2,900pw
School Holiday rate: $3,400pw
Easter: $3,700pw (minimum 7 night booking)
Christmas School Holidays: $5,700pw (minimum 7 night booking)
Booking Agent: Ray White Surfside Properties Mollymook - Phone: 02 4455 3331
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