Absolute waterfront, 4 bedroom house on the Mossy Point headland, with postcard views of Broulee beach and the bay from every room. A former winner of an Australian Home Beautiful award, it is uniquely designed with an indoor/outdoor ambience oriented to the surrounding, spectacular natural environment. Steps from the front garden lead directly down to the tidal Candlagan Creek, for a morning swim or as an all-day children’s playground. Across the creek are two and a half kilometers of one of the finest surfing beaches on the NSW south coast. Facilities include: A well-equipped kitchen with upright stove and microwave A TV/DVD player plus WIFI 2 bathrooms plus laundry with washing machine and dryer A single and a double bedroom on the lower ground floor, a large lounge kitchen and dining area on the middle floor, and two bedrooms on the top floor, one with a queen-sized bed, the other with a queen-sized bed plus a single and one trundle. The house sleeps nine. NB: No dogs permitted.
High Season - Weekly - $3,500 Mid Season - Weekly - $3,000 - Weekend - $1200 Low Season - Weekly - $2,000 - Weekend - $900
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