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Ever wanted your own private beach on Sydney Harbour? Now’s your chance!

Published On: June 13, 2024

This Kurraba Point home comes with its own private beach!


A waterfront paradise on Kurraba Point has just hit the market, with a unique feature delivering ultimate bragging rights.

1 Gundimaine Ave is a multi-generational masterpiece set on prime waterfront land that cascades down to its own tidal beach, boat shed and jetty.

1 Gundimaine St, Kurraba Point is set on more than 1000sqm of prime harbour front land.

Boasting panoramic views across Sydney Harbour to the Eastern Suburbs, the hidden haven is designed for opulent entertaining, just three kilometres from Sydney’s CBD.

“Built to last in 1998, the residence offers both single level living and grand scale spaces for a crowd,” Geoff Smith from Ray White Lower North Shore told Mosman Collective.

“It is a show-stopper.”

Incredible views, a boat shed and vast entertaining spaces make this home a “must inspect”.

Enjoying an elevated vantage point, an artfully placed circular window provides a main feature in the elegant formal lounge room.

A home for all seasons, its impressive 592sqm internal layout is centred around an imposing architectural void.

“Encased by a strategic atrium ceiling, northern light streams inward creating a personalised microclimate unique to each level,” Mr Smith said.

The property has four bedrooms, two kitchens and parking for three cars.

At the foot of the home’s grand staircase, a hotel inspired internal garden forever links the interiors with the great outdoors.

Super-sized entertaining expanses mean there are two kitchens, with the main ground floor cooking area connected to double, pendant lit dining zones and a discreetly positioned TV room.

“There is a rumpus room for kids of all ages, opening to a terrace, utility room, sauna and potential home gym,” Mr Smith said.

A stunning circular window is a feature of the elegant living room.

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Boasting four bedrooms in addition to the five living spaces, the timeless interiors are easily adaptable to a family’s every changing needs.

“The Master suite adjoins a viewing terrace, walk-in robe and five-star spa ensuite,” Mr Smith said.

A waterfront playground is found alongside the home’s entertaining terrace, with a spectacular dining platform linking the residence with the tidal beach, boat shed and jetty.

“The residence has a commanding harbourside presence and the ferry wharf is just 450m away, offering a lifestyle second to none,” Mr Smith said.

The home has been purpose built for entertaining on a grand scale.


  • Wide waterfront boundary, private beach
  • Internal garden underneath triple height void
  • Entry level lounge opening to views and terrace
  • Retractable awning protecting the viewing terrace
  • Dining linking the lounge and kitchen
  • Two entertainer’s kitchens, European appliances
  • Streamlined induction cooking with built-in exhaust
  • Vast open-plan ground floor layout open to terrace
  • Pendants define the garden side dining spaces
  • Secondary lounge/multipurpose space with desk
  • Private terrace off the rumpus room, wall of storage
  • Guest powder room alongside the hidden TV room
  • Sauna alongside laundry and potential home gym
  • Aspirational master suite with idyllic water views
  • Views from the five-star master ensuite with spa
  • Versatile configuration, bedrooms across two levels
  • Two-way bathroom servicing the third bedroom
  • Ample built-ins and walk-in robe in the master
  • Pathway meanders through gardens to waterfront
  • Relaxing dining platform with a harbour backdrop
  • Picturesque tidal beach, boatshed and jetty
  • Prized internal access from the double garaging
  • Utility room, separate storeroom, garden shed
  • Zoned ducted air-con, electric louvers, intercom
  • 450m to ferry transport at Kurraba Point Wharf
  • 450m to the start of the Cremorne Point Walk
  •  Convenient to Kirribilli village and Neutral Bay.

1 Gundimaine St, Kurraba Point
Inspect: Wednesday and Saturday at 10:30am.
Price Guide: $15.5m – $16m

For more information or to arrange an inspection, please contact:
Geoff Smith on 0418 643 923, Richard Harding 0411 875 022 or Vincent Wong 0411 196 813.


Email: [email protected]

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