Architect designed modern house in idyllic location.

 

Set on 30 acres of natural bushland that boasts direct jetty access and overlooks the mesmerising Wallis Lake, less than ten minutes from the beaches and national parks, this architect designed house offers a unique holiday experience to get away from it all.

 

Taking advantage of Wallis Lake views from every room, the large open plan living space includes a modern kitchen with stainless steel benches and gas cook top, indoor and outdoor dining rooms, window seat nook and a generous lounge area with a large cement fire place.

 

The well designed house is a modern blend of hand crafted wood and large glass window and door panels that open up to create the luxurious feeling of being in nature whilst enjoying the comfort of the house.

 

The living area opens onto a timber deck overlooking a large flat lawn area that encircles the house, to play cricket, totem tennis or bocce, or simply lounge around on the swing seat admiring the views.

There are three large bedrooms with built in hidden wardrobes, two of which enjoy private timber decks to enjoy the views of the Lake and bushland property. 

 

A large designer bathtub sits in the main bathroom, behind window doors, positioned simply to soak up the views. Additional to the 2 indoor bathrooms, an outdoor shower provides a private spot in nature to wash the sand from your toes.

 

 

 

Go to Contact Us section to check pricing, and to email for booking enquiry.

The house makes the beach lifestyle very comfy.

 

FEATURES

  • 3 bedrooms (1 x king, 1 x queen, 2 single beds (bunk bed configuration))
  • 2 bathrooms + outdoor shower
  • Heated floors & towel rails in both bathrooms
  • Stainless steel ceiling fans in bedrooms and main living areas
  • Weber gas BBQ
  • Stainless steel & Wood kitchen with European gas appliances
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine + dryer
  • Refrigerator + freezer (with ice maker)
  • Wine fridge
  • iPod station
  • Board games and library
  • High chair
  • Outside parking for 4 cars
  • Outdoor games incl sea kayak
  • LINEN HIRE AVAILABLE: please enquire if required
  • Purposefully, no TV or microwave 

 

 
 

Wallis Lake is in the Pacific Palms region on the north coast. 3 hours from Sydney.

 

Sightseeing:
- Check out Whoota Lookout on a sunny day (25 min drive from house). Access via Sugarcreek Road at Bungwahl
- Seal Rocks Lighthouse, visit Boat Beach at the same time (20-25min drive from house)
- Cellito Beach is accessed via a boardwalk through a littoral rainforest and is great for a swim, getting away from the main beaches and exploring the rocks (10min drive from house)
- The Green Cathedral- outdoor church. Worth checking out irrespective of religion. Backs on to Wallis Lake
- The Boot Walk: walk over the northern headland at Elizabeth Beach to the Ruins campground. Spectacular scenery. You can walk back around the lake to complete a 7km circuit.
- Sports: For surf lessons, contact Garry at SurfAce for lessons 0434 645 796. Great cycling trails through the Walling National Park.

Eating out: 

- Kembali is cool for breakfast, lunch and dinner, good quality food, Blueys shops (10 min drive from house) 

- The Take Away at Smiths Lake is good for lunches and pizzas and fish and chips- great quality food for a take away (10 min drive from house)

- 20x12 cafe does Sydney café style coffee and lunches, Blueys Beach Shops (10 min drive from house).  Hueys pizzas is available too @ Blueys Shops.

- The Recky Club on the Lake en route to Elizabeth Beach is a top spot to watch the sun set over the lake. Food is ‘clubby’, drinks are cheap, kids entertainment during school holidays. The Smiths Lake Bowling Club is also very ‘clubby’, better food than Recky but no view.

Eating in: 

- Blueys Beach Cellars has a great variety of beer and wine plus a small deli (10 min from house). 

- Blueys and Smiths Lake shops have small convenience stores with basics.

- Forster (30 min from house) has a Coles, Woolworths and Aldi.

Swimming: 

- Elizabeth Beach is the safest for kids and one of the only surf clubs in Australia in a national park (10min drive from house). It is patrolled from 9am to 5pm over the school hols (9am - 1pm out of school holidays).

- Surf is usually best at Boomerang Beach or Cellito. Plus there is Blueys Beach, Seal Rocks, Treachery, The Ruins: depends on swell and wind direction.


- Smiths Lake (15 min from house), adjacent to Frothy Coffee cafe is a good spot to swim. There is also canoe and stand up paddleboard hire (Pacific Palms SUP - http://www.pacificpalmssup.com.au).


- Under the bridge at Forster is popular, with a few 'deserted' sand islands to swim to.