Overlooking lush bushland reserve on a tidy 740sqm parcel, this privately tucked away home offers an ideal opportunity to buy into this tightly held section of the Dolphin Point market. It's a stroll to the beach and inlet, while close to Burrill Lake and shops.
- Gentle split level layout separates living domain from bedrooms - Light filled interiors reveal timber floors and high ceilings - Decent sized rear deck for sun dappled outdoor entertaining - Decking wraps around the home, perfect for wheelchair access - Tasmanian Oak galley style kitchen - Well proportioned bedrooms, fitted with built-in robes, walk-in-robe to master - Second ensuited master bedroom, perfect for guests or extended family living with its own separate access - Cosy wood fireplace warms the living spaces - Double lock-up garage plus side access and plenty of off street parking - Footsteps to beaches, parks and backing onto a peaceful reserve, this really does deserve your attention
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