An architectural Central Coast oasis built nine years ago with a spectacular infinity pool is on the market for the first time ever.
The breathtaking home at Erina is decked out with luxury touches at every twist and turn including a self filling water feature, poolside bar and an outdoor bath tub.
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It is also the perfect post-coronavirus home with it featuring a detached home office and guest accommodation at the rear.
Sitting on 9076sqm at 53 Erina Valley Road, the five-bedroom residence is on the market with a $3.5m guide through McGrath — Terrigal’s Mat Steinwede and Jordan Bulmer.
It has been owned by award-winning ceramist Clodagh Blackburn and her miner husband, Jamie, who purchased the property in 2010 for $2.525m, according to CoreLogic.
The house was designed and constructed by a local builder who was the previous owner of 53 Erina Valley Rd.
The design was inspired by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s work and includes signature curved walls, water features and intricate stonework. One of striking features used extensively throughout the property is a unique white sandstone sourced from Calga on the Central Coast.
Centred around a resort-style swimming pool with an automated pool chemical dosing system, is several outdoor entertaining spaces, a sunken poolside bar and a fire pit.
Accessed by a lengthy circular driveway, the home is made up of several wings with most rooms offering poolside views.
All bedrooms have access to private balconies, while the main bedroom is more of a private retreat with an external bath tub and bi-fold doors that flow out to a grassed area by the pool.
There is also an artist studio where Ms Blackburn creates her porcelain works, while other highlights include a gas fireplace, airconditioning and automated lighting.
Ms Blackburn said it is a great lifestyle property in one of the best spots on the Central Coast.
“We are surrounded by nature; bellbirds, whipbirds, catbirds, bandicoots, cockatoos, kookaburras and wallabies and more,” she said.
“It’s so tranquil yet only a short distance from the beaches, schools and shopping centres.”
The detached home office and guest accommodation has an open plan kitchen and living area, four bedrooms, a bathroom, laundry and a covered parking space.
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