Oaks Avenue, Dee Why, NSW 2099

Perfectly positioned between Dee Why’s shopping precinct and beachfront, this double brick semi promises unrivaled lifestyle convenience. It’s only footsteps to Shopping and a vibrant array of cafes and restaurants, while Dee Why’s sandy shoreline and rockpool are also no more than a short stroll away.

You are in control

It’s fundamental to feel comfortable in your own house, which is why you’ll be able to choose a home with people who share your interests. You have the option of participating in a variety of activities, including:

Accessing community activities such as visiting local events, walking, going to the movies, and much more.

Group based activities such as employment opportunities, joining social groups and much more.

The property features

Feel at home

Modern and well-equipped property

2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a large back garden.

Open living area, north facing sunroom

Just a few blocks from the public school

Relaxing sunroom at front of home

Rear patio, large level yard to reinvent

24/7 Transport Available

Large, undercover entertaining area at the rear, with a separate verandah at the front of the house

Large back yard studio, ideal for crafts and other activities

Flat, level property, ensuring easy accessibility throughout

Neighbourhood: Dee Why, NSW


Dee Why is the heart of the Northern Beaches with its excellent family-friendly beach and ocean swimming pool. Only minutes from the world-famous Manly Beach, Dee Why has many attractions from stylish beach cafes, a 50-metre pool and toddlers area, picnic areas and over 200 specialist shops. Dee Why has a friendly-family feel that meets the needs and expectations of its residents and welcomed visitors.

Dee Why is located on the Northern Beaches approx 20km from Sydney’s CBD. Dee Why is situated to the north of Curl Curl and South of Long Reef. Dee Why is a popular surf beach. The southern end of the beach boasts a rock pool and at the northern end of the beach is Dee Why Lagoon, a wildlife sanctuary for birds since 1973. Long Reef Beach curves northeast from the lagoon to a golf course and Long Reef Point, taking in the oldest aquatic reserve in NSW. You can spot whales from the lookout between May and November

It’s easy to get to Sydney’s Northern Beaches by public transport with a 24/7 B-line bus stop located just metres down the road from the accommodation.

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