From surf shack to mesmerising mansion.
The dwelling at 7 Korogora St, Crescent Head, is nothing short of fantastic.
Significant work has gone into the process of making this home what it is today as owner innovation saw the beginning of a substantial project.
"The owners purchased it as an old surf shack in 2006 and started renovations straight away with development applications submitted for major extensions," Elders Crescent Head team leader Nathan Wilson said.
"They pretty much knocked down the establishment already there and built three storeys of a masterpiece of a home.
"Everything they've done has been hand-picked, some bases are handcrafted, stone benches, cement slabs with mosaic tiles.
"They bought the property to retire here but are moving back to WA where their family is."
From that work, a 240-degree panoramic vista across the ocean, hinterland, estuary and mountains is one of many highlights.
Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and three garage spaces are on offer for the home's new owners with an open flow interior taking full advantage of the northerly aspect.
The interior takes full advantage of the northerly aspect via an expanse of floor-to-ceiling glass encompassing streams of natural light, breathtaking views and skyscapes.
Not to mention, this mansion sits a walk away from the famous waves of Main Beach which should have any prospective buyers frothin'.
July 24 is when this immaculate home will go to auction, unless sold before via Elders Crescent Head.
Recent sales in Crescent Head have seen two properties sell over the million dollar mark at 4 Beranghi St and 19 Comara Tce.
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