Raine & Horne Mollymook/Milton would like to invite you to 65 Nurrawallee Street, Ulladulla
Without any fear of contradiction this property has undeniably one of the best ocean views on the entire South Coast.
Enjoy a romantic afternoon in the heated spa while dolphins play in the waves right in front of you. This well established brick home has had a make over in recent times and offers 3 large bedrooms and spacious open plan living areas. Soak up magnificent north facing, ocean views of Mollymook Beach and beyond and whale watch from the comfort of your own lounge room.
Only a 9 minute walk to the secluded Collers Beach, a 15 minute walk to the heart of Ulladulla, or a 20 minute stroll to Mollymook Golf Club or enjoy a walk the headland through the "One Track for All" just 500m from the property.
Why not have a BBQ on the deck while the kids play in the HUGE yard. Not only is the yard spacious so are the bedrooms. With features such as reverse cycle air-con and timber kitchen with plenty of bench space to cook up a storm, why would you want to leave.
What are you waiting for! Even on a overcast day the view is spectacular.
NO BUCKS/HENS PARTIES
ALL LINEN PROVIDED
**WINTER WHALE WATCHING SPECIALS**
$300p/n (minimum 2 night stay)
Close To Schools
Close To Shops
Close To Transport
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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