The perfect little South Coast holiday unit awaits and only a mere 300m to the soft sand of gorgeous Mollymook Beach. Close your eyes and picture this: A quick sprint down the coast on Friday night & you wake up in paradise. Start with a leisurely walk along the beach, coffee, brekkie & newspaper at the Beach Hut & then stroll back to your studio. A day of sand, sun or perhaps 9 holes of golf & then its off to the Bannisters, Tallwood Eatery or the Golf Club for dinner.
The open plan living/dining/kitchen has a flat screen TV & new kitchen, & the bedroom is queen sized with an en-suite. There is also a BBQ & outdoor entertainment area at the rear of the property. And the best part is, the vendors are ready to sell fully furnished, which means it could be earning a nice little passive income from day one of ownership. Suitable as a downsized home base whilst you travel, or a perfect little holiday investment, but the zoning doesn't allow permanent rental.
Disclaimer: We have obtained all this information from sources we believe to be reliable; however we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations where possible.
* Did you know - Bella Coastal Property also offer a property management service? If you’re considering renting your property, are looking to buy or would like a free review of your current portfolio, please call our main office on (02) 4455 2002
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