The Loft House At CoalcliffCoalcliff
|Sleeps: 6||Beds: 3|
|Bathrooms: 2||Car spaces: 2|
About the property
Elevated to capture the magnificent sweep of the ever green escarpment and vibrant blue skies this property offers a chance to rise about the stress of daily life and truly relax. With a modern, fresh feel this home offers 3 comfortable bedrooms (sleeping 6) all opening to a deck to let the outside in. A two minute walk will see you at Leeder Park and skip down the stairs to the coasts most beautiful ocean pool or walk 5 minutes down the road and you are on the Sea Cliff Bridge where the coast is your oyster to discover.
YOU WILL LOVE
- Close proximity to the Sea Cliff Bridge, Leeder Park and ocean pool
- Relaxing on the deck whilst gazing at the majestic escarpment
- The green views from every window and lying in bed and listening to the sea
- The raked cathedral ceilings and exposed beams
- A selection of 3 decks and a courtyard to chat, sip tea or read a book
- Light filled bedrooms all with lovely outlooks
Only an hours drive from Sydney be sure to take the road through the national park and immerse yourself in green. Stop of at The Otford Pantry for some apple pie and an incredible view.Two minutes on andyou will be in awe of the graceful hang gliders and wind sailors bravely jumping off the cliff at Bald Hill. Then follow the curves of the cliff road all the way to Coalcliff.
Coalcliff offers both a sea and mountain getaway with a 500m beach on one side and the towering escarpment unfolding behind. First discovered by ship wreck survivors the coal on its cliffs proved to be their saviour (thus gaining its name) a few days here may well prove to be your saviour.
A serene coastal village, this is a place to escape time, stress and traffic and be consumed by the raw natural beauty of the landscape. When you are ready for a faster pace, head to the Sea Cliff Bridge, Scarbourgh Pub and the hubs at Austinmer or Thirroul for some shopping, coffee and people watching.
For those with kids Leeder Park is a short walk away and has a safe rock pool with a childrens pool attached.
Or head to the Bombie Bar (located in the Coalcliff Surf Club) which hosts live music concerts (on alternate Sundays during summer) attracting well-known local, national and international performers.
THIS HOME OFFERS
Great value for a smaller family that wants to spread outwith a the feeling of space, light andairiness while still leaving enough in the budget for a night out or some retail therapy.
The Master Bedroom: Features a sumptuous queen bed, walk-in robe and private ensuite. With high ceilings and double doors that open onto a shared deck this room is the essence of beach house living.
The Queen Room: Features a sumptuous queen bed, built-in robe and double doors that open to a shared balcony.
The Bunk Room: Features a timber bunk bed and French doors that open onto a charming little deck. The room also have its own wardrobe.
All the bedrooms have pedestal fans.
Bedroom 1: Queen Bedroom 2: Queen Bedroom 3: Single bunk
The lounge is a light filled haven that lets in the escarpment views and blue skiespour in through timber framed doors. A comfortable lounge with TV and DVD covers your entertainment needs. Open plan to the dining table which seats 6 and a kitchen that is equipped with everything you need. There is plenty of room for everyone to do their own thing while still intimate enough for the chef to chat while preparing dinner.
The kitchen features a gas four burner stove, oven, microwave, kettle and toaster.
At the front of the house is a gorgeous wrap around deck that offers lounge like seating for cocktails and conversation and a dining table toenjoy the balmy evening and the setting sun while you eat dinner. A weber BBQ ensures that fast and tasty mealscan be cooked and consumed in the great outdoors.
At the back is a private, under cover courtyard perfect to hide away with a book orfor a cheeky snooze.
All linen andbath towels(except beach towels)
Expressi Coffee Machine
Beauty that could save your life
Coalcliff offers both a sea and mountain getaway with a 500m beach on one side and the towering escarpment unfolding behind. First discovered by ship wreck survivors the coal on its cliffs proved to be their saviour thus gaining its name – a few days here may well prove to be your saviour.
A serene coastal setting this is a place to escape time and be consumed by the raw natural beauty of the landscape. Leeder Park offers a kids playground and leads down to the rock pools and beach. Walk down Paterson Road to join the Sea Cliff beach and experience hovering over the wild waves and before the spanning horizon.
Head to the Bombie Bar (located in the Coalcliff Surf Club) which hosts live music concerts on alternative Sundays during summer and attracts an impressive range of performers.