An elegant, Dutch Colonial-style home, shown here 1720 New Barnacle Blvd. On the ground floor you’ll find formal sitting and dining rooms, a study, and a master suite. Upstairs are three further double bedrooms and two further bathrooms. The double garage and the space above have been part-converted into a single bedroom (no space for a double here), but could also function well as a skilling/workshop addition to the master suite, from which it is accessible by a covered gangway.
Originally a classic saltbox, this seaside home has expanded over the generations to a master bedroom with en suite, two further double bedrooms, a twin bedroom, 2.5 further bathrooms, a glass-walled garden study, and a backyard pool.
Shown at 53 Rock Pool Park, this contemporary home features one-car carport, open plan living/dining/kitchen areas, 4 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms, with interiors in blues, greens, and neutrals. Out back, there’s a rock climbing wall and a herb garden, where you’ll find ginseng (for energy), lavender (for restful sleep), liquorice (to stave off hunger), basil, (for career and opportunity success), and buzzberry (for athleticism), as well as porcinis and plasma fruit.
Shown at 437 Tidal Terrace, just across from the Seaview Training Grounds, this 4.5 bedroom 3 bathroom home features open plan living/dining/kitchen, a master bedroom with en suite, two guest bedrooms, a playroom linking two child/toddler bedrooms, hitching posts for two horses, and a fishing pond.