Mackerel weekender designed by architect Bruce Eeles sold

Mackerel weekender designed by architect Bruce Eeles sold
Mackerel weekender designed by architect Bruce Eeles sold

A Sydney beach house designed by architect Bruce Eeles and tucked away into a subtropical valley only metres from Great Mackerel Beach in Pittwater, has been sold for an undisclosed price in a private treaty negotiated by Kathryn Hall Real Estate this month.

Monikered Bimbimbi (Place of many birds) 51 Monash Ave was a particularly special choice for fans of the outdoors, offering the opportunity to swim, fish, sail, boat or bush walk in the surrounding Ku-ring-gai National Park.

Mackerel weekender designed by architect Bruce Eeles sold

Features of the north facing house included built in wardrobes, Swedish combustion fireplaces, balcony and deck complementing outdoor garden views, fully screened garden with a BBQ area and courtyard, and a studio. 

Environmentally sound benefits of the property were also incorporated, such as water efficient appliances, wall and ceiling insulation, a rainwater storage tank, and a greywater system.

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