Watson Bay waterfront home with jetty and slipway hit by Orthodontist-owned Exps

2 Pacific Street, Watson Bay comes with a deep water jetty and slipway.

Waterfront seaside jetties are seldom seen in the dream village of Watson Bay, a long ride away from the city.

But when they hit the market, they always order big prices and so much so that homeowners need less at the CBD office during this cowardly time.

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Traditional Dr. Rolf Schimann and his wife Lee, home for more than 30 years 2 Pacific Pacific Route Richardson and Wrench Double Bay Principal Michael Dunn and his partner Andrew Birbeck just hit realestate.com.au yesterday.

But it is already attracting buyers, both locally and abroad.

“We’ve also received great interest from ExxonMobil and local buyers,” says Don, in a five-bedroom residence with a deep water jetty and a slipway.

What a place for a barbecue!

To own it, you need to make a मूल्य 2m to to 2, मूल्य 2,000 price tag with the guide, which is not discouraged yet.

“There’s a huge appreciation for good homeownership and there are very few opportunities if you’re thinking of Watson Bay,” says Dawn.

“The next opportunity may be two or three years later.”

The last time was two years ago, when Don sold his next home Pacific0 Pacific Road Hong 1.8 for Hong Kong’s Press Baron CK Mako. I But the market is tight now and the Schimann residence grinds away.

Relax and enjoy the view.

“It’s a full waterfront, at the end of Pacific Street on the Watson Bay Peninsula and it has a good view of the Harbor Bridge,” Dawn added.

“The big bonus is that it has a deep water jetty and a slipway.

“There is a swimming pool, five bedrooms and excellent recreation areas.”

The three-level house is just meters from the pier with regular ferries to Camp Cove Beach, Watson Bay Hotel and CBD, Barangay and Manley.

The Schimanns are moving to their Southern Highlands residence.

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