In 1839 Jonathan Warner, a retired Army Leitenant, was granted 1280 acres of land – now Warners Bay. There he established an orange grove, a coal business and was also the Police Magistrate for Brisbane Water – meaning weekly Horseback rides to Gosford and boat rides to Newcastle.
Now the easy 15km drive to Newcastle takes about 10 mins, and never in Lt Warners dreams might he have imagined that the location would become a vibrant, bustling CBD.
Cafes and restaurants with alfresco dining, shopping centres, an industrial estate, ice rink, a ten pin bowling alley, a laser tag complex, indoor go karting, multiple gymnasiums and hotels and clubs.
In lieu of farming, lakeside and water based activities make up the recreational lifestyle at Warners Bay. Picnics, sailing, skiing and kayaking. An easy grade path runs through spectacular scenery from the Lake Macquarie Regional Art Gallery in Booragul to Green Point Reserve.
Warners bay offers lifestyle, in one of Lake Macquarie’s prime locations. Sunsets on the lake, strolling the esplanade, vogue shops and al fresco dining, all complimented by established shopping centres and growing industry surrounds – truly a vibrant and engaged community.
Villager Property recently listed a home that is designed to encompass the vibe of this community within its walls – open, welcoming, sun loving and relaxed – yet contemporary, modern and comfortable.
78 Bayview Street.
Offering all the convenience of a new style layout yet all the charm and character of a cottage.
The Rear of this property, with its open living, dining and kitchen, connected the outdoor atmosphere with the indoor through large windows and entertaining deck.
Its easy to feel at home here.
And to be ignited by the bright charm of this immaculately presented property.
Out beyond the deck, you will look upon your own little lake – a decked in swimming pool.
A backyard where summers may seem endless, and fun begins.