"Berkana Cottage" Blackheath
"Berkana Cottage" is situated in Blackheath in the world famous Blue Mountains just 120km west of Sydney surrounded by a lovely mountain style garden of azaleas and rhododendrons as well as other wonderful European and native plants including Banksia, Callistemon and Waratah. The cottage epitomises the romance of the mountains and is on a peaceful country lane style road, so quiet walkers use the road because of the low traffic usage.
There are neighbours nearby but not on top of you. So the feel is one of not being hemmed in, yet close enough to people if isolation is not your thing. Wake to the freshest of fresh air tinged with a gentle aroma from the giant pine trees right next door. And listen to the native birds singing their dawn chorus.
"Berkana" was built in 2000, using the universal design philosophy. Lots of windows and light are crowned by a rich wood lined vaulted ceiling and there is high quality timber flooring throughout. The atmosphere is uniquely Blue Mountains with a modern and extremely comfortable feel about it. Warm in winter cooler in summer the carefully planned aspects of "Berkana" means all year round comfort.
There are neighbours nearby but not on top of you. So the feel is one of not being hemmed in, but you will be close enough to people if isolation is not your thing. Wake to the freshest of fresh air tinged with a gentle aroma from the giant pine and gums trees that pervade the area. And listen to the native birds singing their dawn chorus. Truly access friendly "Berkana" has level entry via the garage, while a stroll through the azalea garden will bring you up steps to the front door or there is a ramp to the back deck French doors.
The cottage is near the village with at least 5 top restaurants one of which, Vulcans, has a 1 Chefs Hat Award and level access. There are 2 pubs, numerous cafés, a bustling village life with bakeries, butcher, vegetable shop, small village supermarket, art galleries, craft and clothing shops. And if you want to leave for the day there is a railway station with hourly trains into Sydney or Katoomba.
The cottage is only a 15 minutes stroll to the beginning of a bushwalk which ends at the famous Govett's Leap lookout.
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