/Sydney psychic Pam Bradbury selling up on Scotland Island

Sydney psychic Pam Bradbury selling up on Scotland Island

Island dream — 123 Florence Terrace, Scotland Island.

Sydney psychic Pam Bradbury never expected to fall quite so deeply in love with the waterfront home she and husband Colin found on the shores of Scotland Island some 15 years ago.

They envisaged a few years of lapping up the idyllic island lifestyle — a world away from their previous home in Melbourne — which they would share with their children and grandchildren.

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And somehow, 15 years slipped by.

“I can’t believe the time has gone so quickly,” Ms Bradbury said.

“It’s been such a wonderful experience, being so close to nature, and being part of such an amazing island community.

“You’re never alone there — there’s always something going on and plenty of people around. It’s a very special place.”

The location.

The boathouse.

The rear garden.

With their grandchildren now growing up, the couple are keen to spend more time living on their beloved 40ft Hanse yacht, the Hakuna Matata, which is conveniently berthed at the end of the jetty outside their home, at 123 Florence Terrace, Scotland Island.

“We are going to go where the wind takes us,” she said.

But not just yet. First they have to sell their beloved home. It’s been a bittersweet decision for the psychic and medium, who has worked with her gift for more than 30 years, as an author, and presenter and psychic on radio and television talkback shows.

“We’ve loved it, we really don’t want to go, but it’s time,” she said.

Child’s play.

Pam Bradbury.

The view.

The three-bedroom home sits on a 817sqm block and has been meticulously renovated and maintained over the years she and her husband have owned it.

Sam Thompson, of McGrath Avalon, said it was a standout property on the island, and with a price guide of $2,200,000-$2,400,000, represented excellent value.

“It’s only five minutes to the mainland and has a deep waterfront that can take up to 50ft (boat or yacht),” he said. “I think it’s really, really good buying.”

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The home has a prized northeast aspect and 180-degree views across Pittwater, and a design that embraces the relaxed island lifestyle.

A multi-level design, connects indoor and outdoor spaces with natural sunlit rooms, all with breathtaking views.

Features include a deepwater jetty, swimming pontoon and mooring, private sandy beach with boathouse/studio/fourth bedroom, lounge room flowing out to waterside deck, kitchen with Miele stainless electrical appliances, polished timber floors, cathedral ceilings and wood burning stove, main bedroom with ensuite and private balcony, uniquely designed second bedroom with study and loft library, lower level workshop with ample storage, landscaped terraced gardens and multiple outdoor living areas, and secure child/pet play area in fenced rear garden.

The house is for sale by private treaty, through Sam Thompson, of McGrath Avalon.