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Huge waterfront retreat from Sydney, in Sydney! Berowra Waters Calabash Point

In the whole of the Sydney Basin there is no equivalent land holding. The only privately held pristine bushland waterfront acreage in Berowra Waters.

Unique in the stunning Berowra Valley set between Mugomarra, Marramarra and Berowra Valley National Parks, plus the largest First Nations land holdings & claims in the Sydney Basin.

6 lots totalling 170 acres (68.8 hectares) offered in one line for the first time since 1900, in two family ownerships since 1987 / 1990 and 1960. Arrive by boat, helicopter, four wheel drive or existing sea plane service from Rose Bay or Palm Beach, where you discover the 1901 stone ruins of the Fretus Hotel, huge rock platforms, wildflowers, creeks and towering sandstone escarpments. Explore the First Nations cave, middens and waterfall.

Unique to the Lower Hawkesbury and Berowra Waters where low tides create a huge sandy beach playground while the high tides connects Calabash Bay to three creeks, fed from sandstone country, and navigable by Kayaks and small motor boats.

Throughout the valley there are extensive walking tracks, including a section of the Great North Walk. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presents itself here at Calabash Point for those who seek solitude and peace, it can only be described as one of the most incredible large land holdings left in the Sydney Basin.

Land: 170 acres (68.68 ha) approx.

AuctionAuction Guide $2,000,000Mon 19th June at 1:00PM

New South Wales Sotheby's International Realty

The Gallery, Level 3, 45 - 51 Cross Street,
Double Bay NSW 2028

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