Lake and ocean views and a favourable North-East aspect can be enjoyed from this three bedroom, two bathroom home. Resting on a 607.1 sqm parcel of land, this brick and weatherboard home has a light and bright enclosed sunroom to capture the morning rays and changing water views. When in season, one can enjoy the whale activity from the sunroom or covered balcony. The kitchen overlooks the balcony to the water views beyond. Generously proportioned with an abundance of countertops for food preparation and electrical appliances this kitchen offers scope for additional cabinetry if required. The open plan design comprises of the kitchen, dining, lounge and the sunroom which has concertina doors when needed. High ceilings, large windows, neutral tones and tiled flooring all contribute to the ambiance and brightness of this home. Upstairs the layout consists of two bedrooms (one currently used as an office) which are divided by a bathroom consisting of a shower, vanity, a separate toilet plus a nearby linen press for additional storage. The downstairs area offers independent living quarters and includes the third bedroom, generous open plan area including a kitchenette, second bathroom and laundry combined and internal access from the garage. Tiled throughout, this area of the home works perfectly for a home business as it has separate access. Ideally, this area could also be used for guest accommodation or short term holiday accommodation. With a single garage and carport there is plenty of room for boat, trailer or camper accommodation. A small workshop/garden shed is perfect for a hobbyist or keen gardener and a water tank has been installed for garden use. Concrete driveways and paths give ease of access around the property. Retaining wall gardens are home to a wide variety of native plants and home grown produce. The covered porch downstairs overlooks the cottage garden and offers tranquillity, birdlife and privacy. Give us a call to schedule your inspection.
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