This recently renovated townhouse is situated in the ideal location at the south end of Mollymook Beach, close to the Mollymook Golf Club and golf course, children's playground with exercise equipment, cafes and restaurants.
The property has three spacious bedrooms upstairs; one with a queen and the other two with two singles in each. The main bathroom is located upstairs, with a shower, bath and toilet and an additional shower and toilet is available for use in the laundry area downstairs.
A new fireplace has just been installed - perfect for the winter season! Firestarters and some wood will also be available for use.
Foxtel is also available in the property for guests use.
This townhouse is located at the rear of the small quiet complex and the single garage is available for use - great for summer! Leave the car at home and stroll to Mollymook Beach, Collers Beach or the Golf Course or enjoy a meal at the Mollymook Golf Club.
For those who like to relax at home, at the rear of the property is an undercover entertaining area with an outdoor lounge and gas BBQ.
Linen is not provided - you will need to bring your own sheets, pillow cases, towels and tea towels. Alternatively, please contact Mollymook Linen Hire on 0411 473 254.
STRICT NO PARTY POLICY - NO BUCKS,HENS, BIRTHDAY PARTIES OR SCHOOLIES GROUPS.
This property is NOT pet friendly.
Pricing is subject to change, and a minimum stay period and other conditions may apply.
Please contact Raine and Horne Mollymook / Milton for further information on 4455 3800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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