ENVIABLE LIFESTYLE, VIEWS & CONVENIENCE
Offered for the first time in almost 20 years this fantastically positioned, well-appointed family home requires only your inspection and for the keys to exchange hands, no more to be done. Four good sized bedrooms and an office / study allows for space, peace and comfort. A private sanctuary escape; spend time or entertain with family and friends with a large outdoor covered patio overlooking the private north facing sun drenched yard complimented with a sparkling in-ground pool.
Impressive, expansive view including water views
Positioned capturing cool water breezes
4 x bedrooms with built-ins plus study
Upstairs parents retreat with walk-in robe, ensuite and large balcony with stunning views
Multiple living areas, large open plan family kitchen and formal dining
Double story solid build brick residence
Air-conditioning and ceiling fans throughout
Quality alfresco patio overlooks private and secure backyard
Fully fenced grass back yard with in-ground pool, well appointed on 798m2
Close to it all; beaches, shops, schools, parks, boating facilities and transport all within walking distance
Ready to go, all you need to do is inspect and purchase
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GET TO KNOW SARATOGA
Saratoga is a residential south-eastern village and suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, located on a peninsula of Brisbane Water and part of the Central Coast Council local government area. The suburb is characterised by its largely settled shoreline, with houses extending up coastal slopes to the base of the tall hills that comprise the core of the peninsula.
The village of Saratoga occupies the central portion of its peninsula, bordered towards the point by Davistown and toward the mainland by Yattalunga.
Initially utilised by indigenous peoples, the area of Saratoga was first exploited by European settlers for citrus orchards, after John Bourke and his family settled in the area in 1863. Bourke went on to become a pioneer in commercial citrus growing in the area of Brisbane Water. Sporadic building occurred thereafter, including the notable Federation-style house 'Rosemount', built in 1917 and surviving on 0.5 ha of land at the corner of Village Road and Brooklyn Road. In recent decades, housing development has transformed most of Saratoga into an outer residential suburb of Gosford. Bordered on three sides by water, Saratoga has also become a favourite haunt of fisherman and sports people.
Most residents commute to Gosford, Kincumber or Erina for their daily needs, with few working in the suburb itself. Saratoga has a small shopping centre located on Village Road, which includes a petrol station, a general store, a fruit shop, a hairdresser, a newsagency, a liquor outlet, a real estate agency, a pharmacy, a takeaway shop, a bakery and a jeweler.