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10 of the rarest waterfront homes for sale across NSW.

NSW is home to pristine waterways and it can be a waiting game to secure some of the rarest waterfront homes.

It often takes decades for certain properties to return to the market.

Here’s a look at 10 of the rarest waterfront properties for sale, from the shores of Brooms Head to luxury on Sydney Harbour and a “treehouse” hidden among bushland fronting Berowra Waters.


A rare, prime piece of waterfront land has come on the market on the Central Coast with a unique sales pitch.

The Saratoga property at 29 Steyne Rd also comes with a “free home” as creatively marketed by agents Ray White.

The property has one of the last remaining original cottages on the 583 sqm site, which would have been built when the area was popular for commercial citrus growing.

29 Steyne Rd, Saratoga is up for sale with the agents floating a “free home” as part of the land sale.

Agent Sam Workman said properties like this rarely came on the market.

“It’s over 100 years old and was originally in the same family for a long time,” agent Sam Workman, from Ray White Saratoga, said.

Mr Workman said the property, which has due north aspect, was an ideal “entry level waterfront” site with views to Gosford and beyond.

“It’s the last north facing waterfront on the Central Coast with one of the last remaining original cottages,” he said.

“You don’t see them any more or properties like this – we are lucky to get one for sale per year.”


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A street to waterfront estate on the shores of Bald Face Point has been hailed a “rare opportunity”.

The 2494 sqm property, at 132 Stuart St Blakehurst, has two waterfront properties on one title with “blissful privacy”.

The Blakehurst property has two waterfront properties.

The pool overlooks the immaculate waterfront.

“With no neighbours to your west and one of just a handful of direct-waterfront properties on the east side of Bald Face Point, the coming-to-market of this home represents a significant opportunity in an iconic position,” the listing says.

The estate has sweeping views, living and entertaining spaces, pool, manicured gardens, sundecks, two boathouses, boat ramp and jetty with pontoon.

Residence 1, called Bedarra, has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a double lockup garage.

Residence 2, called Bedarra East, has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and double off street parking.


This rare listing at 31 Ocean Road Brooms Head is called “Feral Kingdom”.

It’s one of just 14 properties with absolute beach frontage in the North Coast hideaway town.

But what’s truly rare about this property is the artwork on the exterior of the home, depicting the wildlife that frequent the idyllic coastal town.

Agent Jenny Betterridge, from Maclean Local Real Estate, has listed the property with a price guide of $3.25m.

The property is for sale for the first time in 20 years.

The views are breathtaking.

“It’s a lovely, unspoilt piece of paradise,” Mrs Betterridge said.

The property has come on the market for the first time in 20 years, with the town growing in popularity due to its pristine beaches.

Ms Betterridge said this “magic spot” was just one of two listings currently in Brooms Head with an opportunity for someone wanting an investment or home.

The two bedroom home has a wide covered deck off the rear overlooking the beach with stairs leading to a viewing platform, along with open plan living area with polished timber floors, kitchen with island bar and concertina between the lounge and dining room.


A waterfront property on the north side of Wallis Island has hit the market, giving the opportunity to own “a slice of heaven in the middle one of Australia’s best lakes”.

Wallis Cottage is an eight minute boat ride from Forster on more than four acres of mostly cleared land.

A waterfront property on Wallis Lake, NSW, is for sale for $2.4m.

The property is on just over four acres.

It has a three bedroom home with water views from the kitchen, living/dining room and master bedroom.

“The huge north facing timber deck is the perfect spot to relax in your own private bubble and admire the sparkling blue waters and distant views of Forster’s high rises or entertain family and friends,” the listing says.

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“For those that love all things fishing and boating, your private floating pontoon and jetty allows for quick access to Forster or Tuncurry and offers a great spot to snorkel and explore the reeflike environment right on your doorstep.”


A “rare waterfront development opportunity” has emerged in a sought after location in Drummoyne.

The 2113 sqm property, at 76A and 76B Georges Crescent, has panoramic harbour, city and bridge views.

Agents describe this property as a “rare waterfront development opportunity”.

Views span across the city skyline and Harbour Bridge.

Agents describe it as “a unique absolute waterfront development opportunity in Drummoyne’s premier dress circle address”.

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“Partially DA-approved, this is truly a rare gem with exceptional potential,” the listing reads.

The two properties include a pool, tennis court, barbecue area, boathouse, boat ramp and is zones for medium density residential.

76A St Georges Cres has a block of three townhouses, while 76B has a full brick three bedroom home.


A luxurious family home on the waterfront in Seaforth is in a rare deep waterfront position.

The property, at 65 Seaforth Crescent, has panoramic views of Sydney Heads, Middle Harbour, The Spit, and the shoreline of Beauty Point.

The family home has five bedrooms.

“With a position that is heavily sought after in one of the premier suburbs of Sydney, the property offers peace, privacy and security as well as being integrated with direct water access,” the listing reads.

“This truly is a rare opportunity for the astute buyer looking for an exclusive lifestyle residence.”

The five bedroom, four bathroom home is ideal for entertaining with features including modern kitchen, ducted airconditioning with the potential to add jetty and mooring.


Described as a “RiverTreehouse Escape”, this rare waterfront home in Berowra Waters has to be seen to be believed.

The property, at 15 Calabash Point, is a private paradise surrounded by bushland reserve and tranquil waterways.

The home is accessible by boat.

The home is hidden among the trees.

“Already at Superhost status on Air BNB, this popular Berowra Waters Holiday home is returning a very attractive income, making the transition to a new owner a seamless one,” the listing reads.

The north-facing property is only accessible by boat with a private pontoon and jetty.

The two storey home is hidden from view and was designed to merge with the surrounding bushland.

It features four bedrooms, walls of glass, double-height ceilings, waterfront deck and unobstructed views.


This waterfront block has come on the market for the first time in 30 years.

The 1972 house, at 6 Broderick Street, was inspired by acclaimed architect Stuart Whitelaw in collaboration with Sir Roy Grounds.

“Combining a striking blend of Modernist and Brutalist styles, it exudes a cool 70s aesthetic with multiple living area spilling out to an array of slate covered balconies plus a sun bathed garden with direct access to the waterfront,” the listing reads.

The property at 6 Broderick Street, Balmain.

The view over Balmain Bay.

The property has views across Balmain Bay to Iron Cove Bridge and Birkenhead Point.

Features include central spiral staircase, three levels, separate living and dining areas, combustion fireplace and cedar wood panelling.


An apartment directly opposite the Sydney Opera House has been described as a “rare offering”.

203/27 Waruda St has hit the market for the first time in 30 years.

The apartment is at an exclusive address in Kirribilli.

No one could ever tire of this view.

It includes two double bedrooms, designer bathroom, modern kitchen and spacious open plan living room with bifolds to a private balcony overlooking Sydney Harbour.

Not only will your New Year’s Eve plans be sorted for life but you can also boast one of the most exclusive addresses in Kirribilli.

It will go to auction on April 15.


This Hamptons style home on the waterfront at Woy Woy has a private jetty, huge spa and direct access to a secret beach.

The property, at 127 Woy Woy Rd, is described as “one of the most auspicious and immaculate absolute waterfront homes in the peninsula area”.

“This is a massive opportunity for those looking to secure a superb waterfront dual occupancy home in the Central Coast with ease of access to Sydney,” the listing reads.

127 Woy Woy Road, Woy Woy.

Cracking view from the spa.

Features include an 828 sqm waterfront block, “oversized” spa, wrap around balcony, four large bedrooms, open plan kitchen and large formal dining with broad water views.

There’s also a council approved, two bedroom house with separate access.

The price guide is $2.6m with an auction set for May 6.

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