Looks can be deceiving! With double garage frontage, featuring internal access and a remote control door on one side, you would be forgiven for thinking that this is a small narrow home but wait until you look inside. Meander up the path through the cottage garden and step into the formal lounge-room. This property oozes charm and makes you feel right at home the minute you step inside. Off to the right is the 3rd bedroom/study, and a little further along, the main bedroom, family bathroom and 2nd bedroom, both with built in wardrobes. Head past the formal dining room and you will find yourself in the large open plan kitchen overlooking the family room, with its own bar area. Make your way through the laundry, with 2nd WC and head outside to the undercover BBQ area and more landscaped gardens.
This home has been impeccably kept and has been loved by its current owners since it was built. There is nothing to do but move in and spend many enjoyable mornings or afternoons sitting in the courtyard, enjoying the sunshine and peaceful surroundings.
Located in a very quiet street in the increasingly popular sleepy hamlet of Sussex Inlet, on the NSW South Coast, approx. 2 hours south of Sydney or east of Canberra. This home represents a great opportunity to purchase a delightful, move-in ready home.
Give us a call today on 02 4441 3444 to have a look for yourself.
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