PHOTOS: Google Australia boss Maile Carnegie's new $3.52 million beachside home

Google Australia boss Maile Carnegie has bought a new $3.52 million beachside home in Whale Beach.

Carnegie, who was appointed as managing director of Google Australia in 2013, bought the four-bedroom house with panoramic views in the Malo Road cul-de-sac which is also home to Macquarie Group managing director and CEO Nicholas Moore and Academy Award winning director George Miller.

The waterfront property last traded 36 years ago when it was bought by a family for $180,000 but went up on the market after listing with LJ Hooker Palm Beach last year, Domain reports.

It is believed that the Whale Beach property will be a “getaway” for Carnegie and her husband, Charles Carnegie, in addition to their Sydney residence in Hunters Hill which the couple purchased for $1.65 million in 1998.

Here’s a closer look inside the property, courtesy of Domain.com.au.

The beachside property was sold by private treaty in November 2015 to Carnegie and her husband, Charles.

It is located 40km from Sydney's CBD on the exclusive Malo Road cul-de-sac and spans across three storeys.

The residence features four bedrooms and panoramic views of Whale Beach. The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite and floor to ceiling glass to allow for views of the ocean.

It also includes an open plan lounge and dining room as well as a stainless steel kitchen.

Not to mention a wine cellar and double carport.

It even comes with its own indoor pool for days where you don't want a dip in the ocean.

It was listed with LJ Hooker Palm Beach last year after trading hands at $180,000 around 36 years ago.

It is expected to be a getaway for the Carnegie couple who currently reside in Hunters Hill, Sydney.

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