Family Friendly Beachside home
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Villa | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Beachhouse has uninterrupted reserve, beach and ocean views. A 3 minute walk across the grass to the beach and water.
A great location on a quiet cul de sac, 2 minute walk to major bus routes, close to shops, nearby toddler's playground. Windswept clifftop walks, surf beach, and rockpools. Ideal for ocean/nature lovers and heaven for kids.
This is the fully self contained upper storey of lovely beach house. It is very child friendly with all conveniences included. It features two bedrooms and two balconies, outdoor eating area with BBQ, fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, all linen and bedding, computer, wifi, mobile phone, wide screen TV, dvd's, games, books, toys, surf boards, boogie boards, sand toys, beach shelter...everything you need to have a relaxing holiday by the beach. There are also lots of books and information folders about things to see and do in the area.
The kitchen has a dish washer, stove, gas oven, microwave, slow cooker, a wide range of well stocked cooking and dining implements. It comes complete with condiments, herbs, spices, oil, vinegar etc as well as clingwrap, foil, garbage bags. A wide range of hot beverages are also supplied. High chairs are supplied for free upon request.
The bedrooms are both bright and sunny. They open onto a balcony and overlook a leafy, private garden. One bedroom has a queen bed. The second is versatile and can either have a King bed or two single beds - making it adaptable to suite your requirements. Porta cots are provided for free upon request. The rear balcony has a children's table and chair setting.
The bathroom has both a shower and a bath. Bath toys, potty, toilet step and toilet insert are provided for younger children.
The front balcony has a dining table and BBQ with views to enjoy.
There is ample, free on street parking.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||North Curl Curl 300 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Sydney 30 km, Nearest railway: North Sydney 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||TV, CD player, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (3), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, BBQ|
About this location
The New South Wales region
North Curl is on the beach on the Northern beaches peninsula, it is two beaches north of Manly and is a quiet family suburb, it does not have the tourists, pub, night clubs and hustle and bustle of Manly, yet is only 10 minutes away by a local bus that leaves every half hour. This bus terminates at the Manly ferry and is designed to synchronise with every ferry arrival and departure to Circular Quay where you will see the Harbour bridge, Opera House and the old convict area of the Rocks. The ferry ride to the city is an absolutely breathtaking trip past many of Sydney's harbour side suburbs. North Curl curl is 19 kilometres north-east of Sydneys CBD - this trip can vary in time from 25 - 90 minutes depending on how and when it is done.
North Curl Curl Beach is surrounded by cliffs and dunes. Clean waves make it a popular surfing spot. Even at the height of summer its long stretch of golden sand remain relatively uncrowded. During summer it has lifeguard patrolled swimming areas and an enclosed ocean pool.
South Curl Curl Beach has a casual cafe, swimming pool and flagged swimming area in summer.
Dee Why Beach, one kilometre away is another popular surfing spot. It extends up to Long Reef point where the wind flow is ideal for Para-surfing. There is also a family orientated park and picnic area.
Queenscliff or Freshwater Beach is close by and ideal for small children with its more sheltered water.
Manly Beach, is a well known tourist beach with plenty of activities and sheltered inlets.
There are many choices in the way of restaurants, cafes and take-aways, including local vegetarian. Within walking distance is Dee Why promenade with Italian, Modern Australian, Thai, Fish & Chips, and Japanese establishments all overlooking the beach. Manly is 10 minutes away by bus or car and boasts many excellent cosmopolitan restaurants.
Curl Curl to Dee Why headland offers a not too strenuous half hour coastal walk boasting fabulous cliff and ocean views.
Around Manly there are a number of beautiful walks from the famous Scenic Walkway, to informal strolls along the ocean front promenade to Shelley Beach. Longer walks can be found around Sydney Harbour National Park all the way to the Spit Bridge. For more walks you can check out the Manly Tourism website.
Directly across the road from the Beach House is a grassy reserve, ideal for a family game of cricket, ball throwing, or kite flying. It also has a children's playground with swings, seesaw and slippery dip.
Stoney Range Nature Reserve in Dee Why is a great picnic destination with BBQ facilities provided
Netball and football fields are just down the road.
Ku-ring-gai National Park is close by on the Northern beaches peninsular.
Manly Corso - An open-air mall with numerous variety shops including clothing, home wares, food, banks, pubs and souvenirs. It also hosts a weekend arts and craft market.
Warringah Mall - A huge indoor shopping complex, with big department stores, fashion chains, specialty shops, food courts, movie theatres, banks and library.
Dee Why - The local shopping centre has Supermarkets, videos, bakery, restaurants, chemists, banks etc.
Curl Curl may be derived from the Aboriginal phrase curial curial, meaning river of life.
Sport and recreation facilities exist in the extensive parks and playing fields areas to the north of the Lagoon, including the Bowling Club (formerly the Curl Curl Women's Bowling Club but now run by Dee Why RSL Club), Curl Curl Youth Club, soccer fields, baseball fields, cricket pitches, netball courts, as well as rugby league and rugby union fields.
Surfing is a big part of the area, and many local competitions take place here, such as CUBA (Curly United Boardriders Association), CUBA Jr, Curl Curl Longboarders and others.
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