Photos - Sydney North (continued)
Allard Avenue, Roseville Chase, is all sharp bends and our driveway is a perfect match.
Sweeping water panorama, solid construction, handy to transport.
View can't be lost to new development.
And you won't find anything cheaper in Roseville Chase.
(Also see next photo)
But there are some drawbacks.
The solid roof construction is Roseville Bridge and the handy 24-hour transport
is only two metres above you.
Disturbingly, it's a steep 700-metre climb to a service station for your water.
The resident told us that he had lived here for six months.
He added that the rangers are happy for him to be there providing
he doesn't make any noise!
You can inspect this opportunity by taking the path
from 42 Babbage Road, Roseville Chase.
(Also see previous photo)
The longest slippery dip is in Newlands Park, St Leonards.
Its unique, natural attraction for parents is that you can’t fall off the side.
Parriwi Road, The Spit: Water glimpses.
Period design. Suit renovator.
(It is a pumping station.)
Manly Road drivers who try running red lights on their way to The Spit face an impressive deterrent.
You can inspect this bush boardwalk from
The Spit end of the Manly Scenic Walkway, but it’s
well worthwhile spending a few hours to do the whole
The long and the short guard Shell Cove.
You can take the steps from Parriwi Road, The Spit,
to Rosherville Lighthouse and write “I was here”
on the lighthouse base.
Waitara has been hostile front-page news
in local papers for its mass replacement of small, traditional
residences with "slightly" larger ones, like
that on the left.
Imagine saying: "To get to my house
in Warrawee, turn left into Eulbertie Avenue, then turn
left into Eulbertie Avenue... ??? "
Great moments for young children were discovering the
secret button that allowed you to rotate the train destination rollers.
You could try your hand at Waverton until 2008.
It retained this manual system unchanged for 55 years.