This rare Broulee South Beach Townhouse fronts directly onto the beach with ocean views and bird songs surrounding and is the perfect beach home.
This fully furnished townhouse is only a stone throw away from South Broulee Beach.
The property spreads over three levels, with the bedrooms located on the first and second floor. Living areas, kitchen, and dining are located on the top level. The lounge has beautiful uninterrupted views to the ocean from a large covered balcony. There is a second balcony off the kitchen facing the private outdoor courtyard.
The generous kitchen is equipped with a new dishwasher and a new fridge, cook top and oven and there is plenty of storage.
There is a well-planned laundry area with a new dryer and washing machine on the second level. A new 250l water heating unit has just been installed. Fall asleep and wake with the sound of the ocean, the large master bedroom opens out to its own ocean-front balcony, and offers a large walk in robe and ensuite.
The second bedroom has it's own small outdoor balcony.
Located in a small quiet complex, the property has a secure double parking area, storage cage, with direct access to the townhouse.
The house is approximately 200 square meters, including the three covered balconies. There is a large private outdoor courtyard with laundry line and outdoor shower. The pristine South Broulee Beach is only a 100-metre walk thru the bush track.
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