Infinitely desirable, grandly luxurious and perfectly positioned, these architecturally designed and custom built residences are the epitome of coastal living. This impeccably designed townhouse provides a serene retreat from the outside world.
This brand-new townhouse presents a premium off-the-plan (currently under construction) opportunity for buyers, set in the highly sought after Long Point Peninsula of Merimbula and being walking distance from three of the most popular beaches in town, Middle Beach, Bar Beach and Short Point.
Built to the highest quality and most sublime aesthetic and using quality materials, fittings and finishes to create an impeccably beautiful home. Features include custom kitchens, a combination of hardwood and porcelain tiled floors, and reverse cycle air-conditioning.
Once complete the moment you step inside you’ll appreciate the exceptional quality throughout, not to mention the views over Merimbula Bay, Pambula Beach & Haycock Point.
With a flexible floor plan it boasts variations for 2 or 3 or 4 bedrooms (main with ensuite), study, and 2 living areas, or convert one of the living areas to the 4th bedroom with ensuite. The accommodation configurations are designed to suit all living requirements. Vehicle accommodation includes a double garage with remote door.
This spectacular Townhouse presents a rare opportunity to get in early and secure your dream home and watch it come to life!
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