Inspired by the elements of nature, this unique coastal getaway is perfectly set on a private, 884 sqm (approx.) block in one of Rye's most sought-after locations, where tranquil bush tracks take you straight to the surf.
Rich in charm, character and quirk, the 4-bedroom, two-storey cedar cottage offers plenty of 'wow factor' features including soaring timber-lined cathedral ceilings, an incredible ornate candelabra suspended by chains, and a striking timber mantle over a Coonara wood heater. Relax on the wide, shady, wrap-around front veranda, the perfect place to listen to the coastal orchestra of the crashing surf, just 200 metres away.
From the welcoming central living and dining space, the light-filled timber kitchen looks out over the front deck, and raw, coastal-inspired garden. Downstairs is there also another sitting room with wood-fire heater, that leads to two bedrooms, a fabulous family bathroom with clawfoot bath, and laundry. Upstairs, are two loft bedrooms, a lovely, modern bathroom/ensuite, and verandah with far-reaching treetop views. Includes a separate self-contained studio, double carport, and OSP for additional vehicles, plus 2 sheds.
Superbly located for lovers of the ocean and nature, the house is within an easy stroll to Number Sixteen beach along scenic coastal walking tracks of the National Park. Also walk to the local shops and cafes, ideal for summer ice-cream runs. The Dunes and Moonah Links golf courses, Peninsula Hot Springs, Rye and Sorrento shopping villages and the Peninsula's popular front beaches are all just a short drive away.