Presented by Able Walsh (0402 299 309) and Jack Mayhew (0488 221 214) of Integrity Real Estate Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin.
Spread over 3.48 acres of established gardens, livestock paddocks and open spaces is this completely unique and utterly astounding Falls Creek home. Conveniently located, with multiple outdoor entertaining areas and a separate studio, this property is the coastal tree change you have been looking for.
Located just 10 minutes from Huskissons shops and cafes, the white sands and crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay and with Nowra just 15 minutes away, you will be ideally positioned to enjoy the best of both the coastal and rural lifestyles.
The home is one of a kind, designed by renowned architect with high ceilings throughout allowing for the natural light to flow through the house giving it a warm and homely feel. The large kitchen with ample storage looks out to the property and joins the dining room and open plan living area warmed by the combustion fireplace. The 3 generous bedrooms all have built-ins with an optional 4th bedroom currently used as a media/rumpus room. The central bathroom offers a feature full-sized bath with glass ceiling allowing you to enjoy a glass of wine while gazing up at the stars. To complete the inside of the home there is an additional separate toilet.
The property has been carefully planned to make the most of every aspect, with the gardens at the front of the home offering a mix of decorative and eye-catching flowers to the functional herb and vegetable patches, nestled amongst it all is a paved bbq area with room for the whole family to enjoy the serenity and natural beauty. With an outdoor entertaining area off the main living room, you are spoilt for choice when looking for somewhere to relax and take in the country charm on offer. With recently fenced paddocks currently home to Dorper sheep plus a large open shelter for the animals and general property storage. To the rear of the home, there are two large water tanks perfect for keeping the gardens green and the sheep watered during the warmer months.
The double remote garage has a large workshop attached with plenty of storage room or space to create, work or play. With a large separate studio offering a creative space for the artist or perfect for converting to a teenagers retreat with water already plumbed to the outside. There is also a full-sized tennis court that could be brought back to its former glory or used as a base for a large shed/undercover storage STCA.
The list of features and uses for this property is endless and you would be crazy to miss a rare opportunity like this one, so call Able or Jack to discuss your new home!
- 3.48 acres of gardens, paddocks and open space - Unique architecturally designed home - 10 minutes to Huskisson and the white sands of Jervis Bay - High ceilings, natural light-filled spaces - Feature bath with a glass ceiling above - Established gardens - Fully fenced livestock paddocks - Double remote garage with workshop - Separate Studio
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