California has the Big Sur, Victoria has the Great Ocean Road and just south of Sydney and its Royal National Park is Grand Pacific Drive with the spectacular Sea Cliff Bridge. Just one kilometer south of the bridge is “Seacliffs” – a stunning and spacious four-bedroom three-bathroom home standing in splendid isolation on a headland jutting out into the ocean far below.
If you can tear yourself away from this comfortably luxe home and the view, there is a wealth of heritage and cultural attractions within a short distance on this historic wild coastline with its coalmining villages and fascinating industrial heritage. Big city convenience, restaurants, cafes and delis can be found a short drive south in the bustling seaside communities, yet a short break at “Seacliffs” will transport you to another slower, more relaxing time.
Seacliffs is just over an hour’s drive south of Sydney through the Royal National Park, alternatively visitors can take the scenic route on a cliff-hugging train from the central railway station in Sydney to Scarborough. Scarborough train station, which is a short walk from the house, connects all the villages and beyond to the South Coast and Sydney.