1/163-165 Pacific Parade
From the moment you arrive, the quality and generosity of these residences is striking, free flowing layouts, seamless outdoor connection to oversized terraces and state of the art technology unite in the most uplifting of ways.
When you leave your front door, there's so much to explore, Rosina places you 150m to Dee Why Rockpool, glistening beachfront and a short stroll to it's cosmopolitan seaside dining strip.
-Streamlined kitchens contain Miele gas appliances and integrated fridges
-Stylish islands and large preparation areas, Carrara marble benchtops
-Naturally sunlit interiors with living and dining areas connect outdoors
-Incredible terrace spaces make it ideal for entertaining or simply relaxing
-Oversized bedrooms fitted with built-ins, plus deluxe master suites
-Glamorous bathrooms reveal freestanding baths and brush nickel finishes
-Internal laundry with Fisher and Paykle washing machine and dryer
-Secure basement parking with lift access, storage cage, intercom entry
-Wide oak flooring, plush carpet, ducted air conditioning, bbq bayonet
-Brought to life by; Architect PBD Architects, Developer and Builder Dilcara
-A limited opportunity to buy off the plan for completion mid 2021
Dee Why Neighbourhood Profile
As if having the Northern Beaches most iconic beach – Manly – just around the corner wasn’t enough, Dee Why also boasts its own local stretch of pristine coastline perfect for families to enjoy as part of their day to day life. With cosmopolitan restaurants and retail all around and plenty of fantastic schools to help the local kids thrive, Dee Why is growing every day into the destination along the Northern Sydney coast.
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