Located in the gateway to the Coonawarra and the Limestone Coast, Penola, Merlot and Verdelho offers a luxurious property (accommodation base) to explore the many attractions.
This gives purchases a great opportunity to secure this unique property which features two modern and luxurious 3-bedroom accommodation townhouses on the one title. The property is currently being operated as an accommodation premise but is being offered as freehold only.
The residences' pay homage to their namesake by displaying a striking maroon and light green influence throughout their individual design and fitout. The fully self contained kitchen and open plan living are spacious and offer a perfect, modern entertaining or relaxation space. The master bedroom is a unique mezzanine-style room featuring a king size bed, a private ensuite featuring a double rainfall shower and large walk-in robe.
On the ground floor are two private bedrooms, the first with a queen size bed and the second with a king. Open plan lounge and dining, a second bathroom which is adorned with an indulgent freestanding spa bath, double basins and a double shower. Head outdoors for private outdoor area, lawn & garden. WIWO.
The versatility of the property lends itself to many options. If you are looking for a unique opportunity, a low maintenance home or residence, another potential income stream Merlot and Verdelho is well worth a look.
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