Sydney’s Northern Beaches
Close to the business of Sydney, take a barefoot break every day. Especially first thing in the morning, in your beautifully renovated Northern Beaches bathroom. Take your time. A long shower, a relaxing shave, or make-up perfection all by your spacious sink. Alone or together, work with our renovations team.
Also known as ‘the Peninsula’ the Northern Beaches stretches 30 kilometres from Barrenjoey Lighthouse to Manly. It includes Curl Curl, Harbord, Beacon Hill, Newport, Allambie Heights, and Brookvale. Pittwater is bordered by national park.
Twenty-two (22!) beaches. Some suited for families and children, others for experienced surfers, most have shops and cafes. All have bathrooms, but few as stunning as the Northern Beaches bathroom renovations our team can design and build for you.
Each suburb is approximately an hour from the CBD.
Generally, eatery choice is casual or casual; with the exception of a few icons at Palm Beach, Whale Beach, and Freshwater. Avalon and Dee Why have great restaurants with Manly offering most variety. And there’s always dining at the Novotel Manly Pacific – if it still exists, which it very well may not.
Good shopping in Mona Vale and Manly; and so relaxed that in summer locals do it in beachwear, making it much easier to strip off and luxuriate in your Northern Beaches bathroom renovations when you get home. Warringah Mall has all the department stores, supermarkets, and cinemas, but you have the breathtaking bathroom of outstanding quality for around $15,000.
The Northern Beaches has schools, hospitals, TAFE, and good golf courses. There are many sporting facilities and associations, and numerous surf life saving clubs.
With no train stations, there are good ferry services, and Sydney buses run the full length of the Peninsula making sure you get home in time to use the toilet, professionally installed by our team of renovators.
Median house prices vary according to suburb. More than a decade ago Palm Beach was $3 million. Manly, $1.18 million. Avalon and Bilgola were around $900,000. Newport, just over $1 million and Church Point $1.2. Scotland Island – about $630,000. In Fairlight the average price for a unit was $580,000; in Manly, $640,000. Nobody really spent $15,000 on a bathroom renovation then!
In 2006, 70% of Palm Beach, and Whale Beach were holiday homes. Most properties are held by families for generations, so when they’re finally for sale, they’re very keenly sought after and star-quality bathrooms installed.
Pros? The Northern Beaches is proven good investment with choice in property type and price range that will give you a lazy $15,000 for your new North Shore bathroom. Cons? An expensive market to enter, the geography limits suburbs expanding, and roads and beaches are crowded in summer.
There’s a holiday atmosphere even when you’re on your way to and from work. A five-star hotel feel in your ensuite and the family bathroom. A VIP ambiance for your guests in the powder room. Thanks for your time and we hope you find the bathroom renovation and the professional plumbing and design team you’re looking for on our site.
Our Latest Testimonial
“Our bathroom renovation exceeded our wildest expectations. Izzy and his team were punctual, polite, respectful, and very professional. And cleaned up after themselves – they even gave us a wonderful gift of bath towels which was unexpected.” – Rachel Golding, Vaucluse.