On behalf of our vendors and One Agency we’d like to welcome you to our open house.
We conduct our open houses in a way that is non-intrusive, to allow you, as buyers, to take your time to look in detail without being pestered by an agent.
When you are ready feel free to approach Tony or Anita with any questions, we’re here to assist you.
If you are interested in the home please register your interest with us,
or if you would like a copy of the sale contract we can email you a copy today.
Many homes are selling within 32 days so it is imperative that you inform us of your interest to allow us to keep you constantly informed of the progress of the sale so you don’t miss out. The easiest way to do this is to subscribe to our text notifications – see below for details and happy viewing!
A popular surf beach lined with towering Norfolk Island Pines, Avoca Beach has a relaxed village atmosphere which is sought after by locals and visitors alike. The beach area which stretches almost two kilometres incorporates both Avoca Beach and North Avoca Beach.
Only an hour’s drive north from Sydney, Avoca Beach is simply a lovely place to be, relax and enjoy a variety of attractions, restaurants and cafes.
• Avoca Beach Picture Theatre was constructed in 1951 by Norman Hunter and his brother Mervyn and has been a hub of entertainment for the past 60 years and continues to be run by the same family, bringing specialty evenings along with the best selection of films both foreign and Australian.
• Avoca Beach markets are held on the 4th Sunday of each month from 9am – 2pm at Heazlett Park Foreshore on the picturesque backdrop of Avoca Beach.
• Learn to Surf lessons are available to enjoy both in groups or private.
• Ex HMAS Adelaide Dive site is located 1.8 kilometres from Avoca beach, this artificial reef is a world class dive site.
• Aqua Fun Avoca Lake, the ultimate experience in water adventure.
• Lizotte’s at Kincumber, is the home of Live at Lizotte’s the Central Coast’s premier dinner show venue with great food and music.
• Avoca Point Cafe a top breaky spot has over 20 breakfast dishes to choose from offering uninterrupted views of the beach and headland.
• The Mousehole in Avoca Beach offers pottery and crafts. This includes fine locally handmade gifts, pottery, baby wear, glass, cards, jams, clothing and soft goods and has been operating since 1972 and is open daily.
• Rajdhan Indian Restaurant voted the best Indian Restaurant on the NSW Coast for the past 14 years.
Avoca Beach is a major Central Coast holiday and surfing area, with a variety of holiday accommodation to choose from spectacular penthouses to classic beach cottages.
features at a GLance
words that descriBe this property
Everything you need for a beach house/weekender
48 fairscene crescent, avoca Beach
address:48 Fairscene Crescent, Avoca Beach
for saLe:2 Bedrooms
Land size910sqm aprox.
rates:Council: $2961 / year
features at a GLanceAn original beach cottage with high ceilings and timber floors overlooking lush green beachside bush with filtered views of the beach.
aBout this BuiLdinGA charming canvas ready to enjoy straight away with scope to be developed in the future because of the size of the block. Sunny all day long, BBQ on the large entertaining deck in the summer afternoons or snooze in the shade under the large outdoor blind.
why are they seLLinG?They love Avoca and the surrounding area, but have decided they do not want to live there permanently.
what they Love aBout the propertyFalling asleep to the sound of the crashing waves is a perfect way to start a relaxing weekend.
property incLusions & detaiLs
• Galley style
• Fisher & Paykel 2 drawer dishwasher
• Upright electric stove
• Separate from home behind garage
• High ceilings
• Ornate cornices
• Timber flooring
• Loads of light/ windows to deck
• Original ventilation system
• Built in robes
• Double sized
• Timber flooring
• Built in robes
• Double sized
• Timber flooring
• Large deck overlooking lush greenery with side access
• Large outdoor fixed awning provides wonderful shade on hot summer days
• Garden access to public footpath to beach
• Front and back screen doors
• Native garden
• 2 x outdoor deck lights
• 2 x double sensor lights in the garden
6 steps to BuyinG a house
Purchasing residential real estate can be a very exciting process, however it can also be a confusing time for the prospective buyer. As you may already be aware, different agencies usually have different sets of rules and standards, so we would like to inform you of the general buying process.
Property owners receive all types of interest - some genuine, some not. Some people submit offers to test the possibility of sale, but do not actually stay true with their offer.
This can lead to frustration and concern for the owners as they try to assess who is actually a genuine buyer. The best way to present a strong offer on any property is to follow the steps below that allow you to understand what is required in preparation
Allowing you to put forward your strongest purchasing proposition to the agent. All offers must be presented to the owner in writing and all purchase details correct for filling in the contract for signing.
step 1 – provide aGent with your fuLL detaiLs such as:
• The actual purchase price you will be paying for the property.
• The method by which you choose to pay the 10% deposit. eg. cheque/bond/other.
• The settlement period that you require or the vendor has stipulated.
• The name of your chosen Solicitor or Conveyancer.
• The name of your bank or financial lending institution.
• Any special conditions or requests that you may have so that we can inform the vendor (property owner).
step 2 – confirm your time frame avaiLaBLe to do any investiGations
Find out if the property has a deadline on it, such as auction or other offers from interested parties.
step 3 – decide if you are GoinG to oBtain a pest & BuiLdinG report
Before you purchase any property – in particular a new home – it is important that you receive a copy of a Pest and Building Report from a qualified inspector. Please note that this report is a complete list of defects of the home, and is very different from the feature brochure that you receive from our agency. Most people are shocked with the report they receive on the home, and most times misinterpret the report, e.g. the home is 34 years old and is in need of new roof tiles. Roof tiles last approximately 35 years and need
replacing on every home of that age. The point to remember here is that all homes at one time or another require maintenance, and that this is known as a capital improvement.
step 4 – notify your BanK of your purchase address & detaiLs
A pre-approval of finance from your bank or lending institution needs to be in place before safely proceeding with your property purchase, however many banks will approve you in principle yet may require a valuation. Don’t be alarmed if your bank or lending institution request a valuation by a registered property valuer. This is normal practice of lending institutions, and serves as confirmation of the agreed sale price. If you are intending to buy at auction, all the above-mentioned must be in place. Auction day is final. If you turn up to bid and you are the highest bidder past the reserve price (on-the-market price) you are the instant owner awaiting settlement of the property.
step 5 – don’t forGet to incLude stamp duty funds in your finaL numBers
step 6 – meet with the aGent and provide aLL detaiLs for siGn off with the owner
Once agreement on price, settlement, conditions, etc has been reached with the vendor the sale can proceed. An exchange of contracts is the only way to actually buy or sell real estate. This is achieved by signing the contract of sale which is then processed by the agent with all legal parties.
Preparation is the key. Understand the steps of sale and have everything in place is imperative to reaching your property goals. Whether you are considering purchasing this property or another in the near future and in need of advice, please feel free to contact myself or any of our team with questions that you may have.
We are available to assist you.
aGent: Tony Fitton & 0412 786 754 Anita Case & 0412 996 488