Enjoy the view from the highest point of Tuross Head overlooking the tranquil views of Tuross Lake. Top of the Town has verandahs facing north so the sun can be enjoyed year round. The house has three double bedrooms and will sleep up to 6. Top of the Town is a split level holiday home with the living, dining and kitchen on the top floor. A few steps up from the casual dining area is the main bedroom with walk-in-robe and ensuite. On the mid level is the second bedroom with queen bed and stunning lake views.The laundry also has a third shower and toilet. Top of the Town is only a short walk to Tuross Boatshed and other local eateries. Every area of the deck gets stunning views of Tuross Lake including the lower deck. It is a short walk to the local beaches. Facilities include -* Well equipped kitchen with two ovens and a dishwasher* Ideal holiday home for couples & will sleep up to 6* Stunning Tuross Lake views * Lower mezzanine level ideal for older children* 2 TVs, DVDs and CD player * Games room downstairs* Gas BBQ & outdoor furniture* Carport & off street parking* Laundry facilities with top load w/machine* Main bathroom has bath, shower & sep toilet* Enjoy the local birdlife* Peaceful bush setting* Top of the Town is a non-smoking holiday homeWhat to bring - Linen for 3 queen beds. Towels including tea towels & beach towels. All food items and personal toiletries.Tariffs -LOW $ 600pwHIGH $ 1500pw
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