A scenic backdrop of Australian gums and distant mountains are viewed from most rooms of this modern brick home. The clever design has created a low-maintenance residence, no carpets, only easy-clean tiled and floating spotted gum flooring throughout with an alfresco steel framed and mod-wood deck, allowing precious time to enjoy your new lifestyle. Offering a well equipped kitchen with quality smeg appliances and soft close drawers. Featuring extra high, raked ceilings thoughout the living areas, ceiling fans as well as a wood fire heater backed by a brick feature wall to radiate stored heat. An extra feature is the gallery system for artwork and wall hangings. Stamped and sealed concrete drive, colourbond garage and carports provide plenty of space and turn around for cars, boat and caravan. A 3kw solar power system and solar hot water boost this home's green credentials as well as keeping down the running costs. Proximity is a bonus, only a 5 minute drive to Narooma Shopping Plaza and a further 1 minute drive to Narooma’s Surf beach, all whilst living on acreage.
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