Cockroach-free Church Point waterfront cottage on the market

Cockroach-free Church Point waterfront cottage  on the market
Cockroach-free Church Point waterfront cottage on the market

"The cockroaches have even moved out" is the marketing tagline for a waterfront property up for sale in Church Point, near Bayview.

It’s an old fisherman’s cottage on 390 square metres of bayside land that has been held by the same family for 40 years.

The dilapidated home is nestled among a row of renovated prestige Sydney Pittwater properties, each with jetties into the water.

The home, with views across to national park land is marketed as an opportunity to demolish and start from scratch.

Ross Ewington from LJ Hooker Mona Vale hopes to secure around $800,000 at auction.

 

 

Alistair Walsh

Alistair Walsh

Deutsche Welle online reporter

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