If someone told you that you could own your own Treasure Island, would you believe them? Well, it happens to be true, with the sale of the late Roger Mirams property located in Great Mackarel Beach, a coastal Hamlet in Sydney’s northern beaches. The property is only accessible by water, so be prepared to ferry yourself across to a property like no other.
The 3 bedroom house was owned by the late Roger Mirams, who produced the 1998 hit movie ‘Search For Treasure Island’. Roger and his wife Irene have decked the house out with actual props from the movie, making you feel as though you are stepping into the movie set itself.
According to the listing agent, Kathryn Hall from Kathryn Hall Real Estate, the property is “a most romantic home that captures your imagination in a location that seizes the true essence of escape with mesmerizing Pittwater views and only 15 paces to the beach.”
The master bedroom shows off beautifully crafted timber construction, which is designed to maximise the view – and what a view!
Not only is this a prime beach front property, it is also surrounded by Kuringa National Park, abundant with native flora and fauna to keep you at peace and one with nature.
Listing agent Kathryn Hall can’t contain her excitement about the property, and has even set up a dedicated Facebook page and blog to promote this hidden treasure. She plans to take the property to auction on the 21st of July with a price guide of $1.2 million.