Featuring timber floorboards and VJ walls this property boasts plenty of character and charm. Duplexes such as this are rare as there are no common walls and is divided by the carport.
The upper level consists of: - An updated kitchen and bathroom - 2 bedrooms, a sleepout and deck overlooking the garden - A large lounge/living area and separate dining - The upstairs has been used as a popular Holiday-Let for many years
Downstairs: - Kitchenette, bathroom and spacious lounge - Split system air-conditioner - Can accommodate in excess of 6 people - Secure storage for bikes and beach toys - Single carport and plenty of off-street parking
Just 200 metres to the water, this duplex offers privacy and a large garden
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