Property ID: 1P2601

410/11 Mooramba Road Dee Why NSW

$ 1,000,000
  • 2
  • 2
  • 1
  • Apartment
  • Sold
  • 103 sqm
  • 1
  • 1
  • $403.90 Quarterly
  • $173.29 Quarterly
A Stylish Designer Haven In 'Nautilus Pacific', North Facing with Ocean Views
Designer style meets lifestyle appeal in this beautifully appointed apartment, holding an optimal north facing position within the resort style 'Nautilus Pacific', security building in a contemporary block on the edge of Dee Whys thriving urban village.

A spacious two-bedroom layout is designed to embrace the outdoors with all rooms connecting to a sunny entertaining balcony with views reaching the oceans horizon. A streamlined kitchen presides over the living space and is equipped with stone benchtops, stainless steel oven, Smeg gas cooktop and Bosch dishwasher.

The well-conceived layout reveals a free-flowing living/dining domain which is bathed in beautiful sunshine and offers seamless indoor and outdoor connection which invites relaxation. The ideal floorplan delivers great separation between the social and sleeping domains, with two large bedrooms, both equipped with built-ins, while the master features a spa bath ensuite.

A home of undeniable appeal with premium inclusions throughout, plus an internal laundry with dryer, designer marble bathrooms, gas heating, freshly painted interiors and timber flooring.

It presents the ultimate in effortless coastal living, with lift access to security parking, while residents enjoy a resort-style heated swimming pool, video intercom entry, plus direct entry to Pittwater Road for quick access to amenities.

It is located to promote superb walkability, placed less than 100m to express B-line CBD/Manly buses, shops, cafes, restaurants, plus a brisk bike ride to the sand, surf and seaside dining strip.

Strata Rates = $1533pq
Water Rates = $173pq
Council Rates = $403pq
  • Built-ins
  • Intercom
  • Area Views
  • Car Parking - Basement
  • Carpeted
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shops
  • Close to Transport

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