The view from 156 Pacific Way is riveting, capturing Tura Headland and a fair stretch of Tura Beach. It’s compelling to watch the waves breaking over the rocks and racing along the sand. The colours are rich and varied: the ochre of the headland meets the variegated blue of the sea while whitewash from the waves splash across the scene. Soft, yellow sand draws a line beneath the image. Watch long enough and you’ll see dolphins surfing, whales breaching, boats sailing, families walking… All of this to be enjoyed from your lounge, your deck, your bedroom… The purchase of 156 Pacific Way includes this beautiful living artwork at no additional cost!
Built in 2008, this contemporary 3 bedroom home includes two large living areas and boasts views from every room. The kitchen is an entertainers delight centered in the heart of the home to enjoy maximum views. The large island bench is constructed from Caesar stone and there’s a walk-in-pantry and tuck away appliance cupboard. The adjoining living and dining area is light filled and spacious with beautiful timber flooring. A large deck extends from this area, just perfect for soaking up the magnificent view.
The master bedroom is large with splendid ocean views, built in robes and ceiling fans. The ensuite includes an oversize shower and double basin vanity. Bedrooms two and three both enjoy ocean views as well. Each bedroom is large, carpeted and includes built in robes. The second living area is spacious, tiled and also boasts terrific views. It could become a rumpus room or media haven or simply serve as a second family room. A second bathroom offers a bath, shower and separate toilet. There’s also an adequate store room that could potentially be used as an office or craft room.
Outside, you’ll find a sunny rear courtyard with a nature shower to rinse off after a walk on the beach! There’s also a caddy shack, just waiting for the golf buggy. Alternatively, it’s a perfect toolshed or workshop. A 2 ½ car garage also provides plenty of space to store all the toys! The yard is level and fully fenced with a low maintenance, well-established garden. It’s a short, easy stroll down to the beach.
Positioned in the heart of Tura, 156 Pacific Way has terrific proximity to the Tura Beach Country Club, bus stops, Library and Shopping Centre. It’s a quick drive into the seaside town of Merimbula and less than thirty minutes in to Tathra or Bega and services such as the new local hospital. Picturesque locations such as Hobart Beach and Bournda National Park are on your doorstep. 156 Pacific Way offers location and lifestyle all in one!
Other features: * Reverse cycle air conditioning * Split level living with very few stairs * Light, bright and spacious * Spacious laundry with good storage and adjoining ‘powder room’ * Quiet location at end of battle axe block
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