Tucker Real Estate welcomes you to " Retro Japanese Masterpiece "
Mollymook is best known for its excellent surf beach of sweeping clean sands and clear waters and its neighbouring lush green golf course. Just a short walk of 5 minutes to Mollymook Beach, a little longer to Narrawallee Beach and only 200m from Bannister Lodge with its excellent restaurant, Bannisters and outside poolside bar.
This bush and sea classic 1960s single storey beach house, beautifully designed for open plan living that is timeless in character and as modern today as when it was built in 1968. Located in a prime position on Bannister Headland, with sea and bush views to the north across to Narrawallee beach and the Budawang Range. Inside, there is a large, open plan comfortable living space with some original retro furniture; spacious kitchen, large dining and living area, open fireplace for winter heating, and full length sliding doors in a Japanese style open on the terrace. Plenty of outside space with a broad terrace at the front, with outdoor table and chairs with surrounding native bush garden.
Linen is not provided so you will need to bring your own sheets, pillow cases and towels.
All one level
2 Night minimum booking - All Year Round 3 Night minimum booking - Long Weekends 4 Night minimum booking - Easter 7 Night minimum booking - Peak - Friday to Friday
Pets are not permitted.
Tucker Real Estate has a strict "No Party policy" as per the terms.
DISCLAIMER: The above information has been furnished to us by a third party. We have not verified whether or not that information is accurate and do not have any belief one way or another in its accuracy. We do not accept any responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass it on. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact correct.
Bring Your Own Linen
Close To Beach
Close To Shops
Close To Transport
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Sorry, overlays can only be applied when searching in the ACT
Need more info? We've got you covered.
A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.