Great location and recently renovated this 5 bedroom and 3 bathroom home is ideal for the family with plenty of room to escape from each other. Max 15 Guests. This holiday home is located in a residential area with permanent neighbours and is not suitable for occasions such as bucks parties, 21st or weddings. It is perfectly suited to families and those looking for a retreat venue.
Open plan kitchen dining and loungeroom.
Added benefit of reverse cycle airconditioning for summer and a slow combustion fire for winter.
Parents retreat in mezzanine level with bedroom, sitting area and bathroom. (Queen bed)
At street level two bedrooms and a bathroom also. (2 x Queen beds)
There is a pool table downstairs on the ground floor with an additional two bedrooms and bathroom and laundry. (2 singles / 2 king singles)
On the undercover rear deck is a gas bbq and outdoor table setting to watch the surf or look out for the local kangaroos coming to visit in rear bush reserve.
Small fenced rear yard for a dog.
Outdoor shower for rinsing of after the beach.
Convenient walk to Inyadda Beach.
Bendalong General Store / The Hub Cafe and Kate and Mals Cunjurong Point Store only two minutes by car.
Tennis courts, skate park, basketball courts and a soccer field at Manyana also but you do need to bring your own equipment.
Please remember to bring sheets, pillowcases, towels and tea towels.
Min 2 night bookings / weekly during XMAS school holidays.
Refundable bond and booking fee payable.
For any enquiries contact Ray White Bendalong Manyana on 02 44561500
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