This traditional four bedroom coast home has a lovely outlook backing onto council reserve with filtered lake and mountain views. Currently a permanent residence this home would also make a great holiday home or rental property. Upstairs, accessed via external stairs and verandah, has 2 bedrooms, 1 with built-in robe, kitchen/dining and lounge with newly polished floor boards, and bathroom with shower and toilet. Downstairs has 2 bedrooms, combined laundry/bathroom with shower and toilet, and a family room. Plenty of room for the family to spread out! Also plenty of dry storage area available under house. There is a detached single garage with side driveway and the gardens are all established with shrubs and veggie beds. There is also rear access to the yard via the council reserve. This property is in a quiet street location with Coila Lake at the foot of the road and the cycle/walkway to shops and beaches.
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