Rural Lifestyle Living With Space for a Horse or Two @ Bergalia
"Philllipa" - Set in a nice quite street is this well maintained, light bright and airy brick/colorbond home on 1.48 hectares.
Home: Open Plan & Spacious. The newly renovated kitchen has an abundance of storage cupboards, large island bench, Smeg stainless steel dishwasher and large gas top with electric oven. The living area has a slow combustion wood heater, high ceilings and lots of windows to showcase your rural lifestyle. New flooring and paint throughout the home. The dining area is situated in the bay window to maximise the light and view. The sliding doors lead out onto the covered veranda for all those gatherings with friends and family. The main bedroom has built in robes. The main bathroom features glass bricks for extra light, bath, vanity and toilet. There is also a second bedroom with built in robes.
Garage/Sheds: Currently the three bay garage is being used as storage but could be easily converted back to a three car garage if required. There is a carport at the side of the garage. There are some smaller sheds for storage on the property as well.
Yard & Gardens: Minimal gardens with some good level areas for children or pets to play.
Fencing: There are two fenced areas near the property plus chook shed and tack room for horses.
Location: A short drive to many pristine beaches, ten minutes into Moruya’s main shopping area, boat ramp and around 20 minutes to the airport.
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