Located in popular Surf Beach and set on a flat block, the unique plan of this two storey brick house will suit the needs of many. Perfect for family holidaying whether its two families or one! Have a level each or quite simply set the kids up downstairs and leave upstairs for the adults. Outlining this property in simple terms is to state that both levels consist an open plan with two bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and a lounge room. Outside, there is both a rear and front balcony that you will use at different times throughout the year to take advantage of the summer or winter sun. Surf Beach comes with plenty of amenities (supermarket, chemist, doctors surgery, bottle shop, takeaway etc.) and the Beach is just around the corner. The property is fully fenced and has side access to the backyard shed. Keep in mind, because the two levels are completely separate, there is potential to rent one level and live/holiday in the other. Inspect now!
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