"Ammara" - Situated on 2.64 acres is this four bedroom, two bath home in a private location and only a 20 minutes walk to Moruya Main Street.
Downstairs: Double brick outer walls, single brick on the inner walls. Fourth bedroom, laundry, shower, separate toilet and for convenience, the lower level has tiled floors.
Upstairs: Combined lounge/dining, fireplace and kitchen with views to the dam. Three bedrooms are on this floor, the master enjoys sunrises over the ocean. There is a bath, easy access shower and separate toilet. All the floors are hardwood, and all the walls have been insulated.
Acreage: 2.64 acres, large spring fed dam (approx 5 metres deep).
Location: On the edge of Moruya and only a short walk to the shopping centre or country markets.
Other Special Features: All Steel Frame, upper deck is Jarrah and the angle of the house is deliberate to take advantage of the sun and the views.
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