This is what daydreams are made of. A sparkling infinity pool, sandwiched between waterfront views and native bushland.

Welcome to Bora Bora House, tucked away in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in Sydney’s north.

Perched on a point, this is prime territory to sit, soak, sip and watch as local yachts come and go. And if you tire of the view from here, just below the pool deck is direct access to a private beach, complete with boatshed and
jetty – of course.

Moving indoors, this Balinese-inspired abode dishes up serious wow factor with an eco-friendly design, crafted from sandstone, timber, glass and bamboo. Impressive views (like the one pictured) beam into every room, including four queen-sized bedrooms.

You can also expect designer furnishings, an open fireplace on each floor, cable television, and a large sandstone entertaining area – a must for summer get-togethers.

And for a neat $1400 per night (that’s a bargain $300 per room), it’s yours to share with your nearest and dearest. Enjoy…

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