Perched on the hill of Spring creek sits this gorgeously renovated family home. The true perks of 25 Geelong Road come to light within its location; it's fantastic. It has it all!
Located only minutes walk from the town centre, no need to take the car to grab some milk or grab the surfboard, and take a stroll down to Torquay SLSC for an early swell at Torquay point. Let's not forget the Torquay oval; it is also within walking distance and at your disposal.
The home itself sits proudly on a large 597sqm allotment that captures the northern sun in the ideal entertainer's alfresco. Room for the whole family with three bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and ensuite, two living zones, and a study make this property the perfect coastal home.
Now I must mention the potential; If you so desired or could do so, this home would be ideal for an extension either upwards or rearwards. Capture views of the surf beach and look straight down the 18th at the Torquay Golf course. The world indeed would be your oyster.
There is one thing for sure; Torquay is not developing any more land in such a quality location.
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