This established home is one of three in the street which sits on five acres and has a zoning of R5 Large Lot Residential which allows for future subdivision subject to council approval. The home is substantial and in pristine condition inside and out. Private, light and airy with attractive features such as slow combustion wood burner, modern kitchen and spacious outdoor entertainment terrace which overlooks beautiful gardens and bush land. The floor plan works well with easy level access to the main living areas from the garage. The large rumpus room plus fourth bedroom downstairs are very generous and provides plenty of room for additional family or a studio/craft room, this area could easily be converted into self contained accommodation. The large workshop and massive under house storage area adds even more room to an already spacious home. Positioned only 3 kilometres to both Batemans Bay and Batehaven's town centre this home provides the luxury of acres with the convenience of town living. Organise your private inspection today.
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