Get ready to tee off! 18 Pacific Way is a level living, solid, double brick home situated right at the tee of the 12th hole of Tura Beach Country Club’s golf course. It’s a par 4 for those golfers among you - a beautifully straight fairway (but watch those gentle slopes at the end).
The home has two separate, spacious living areas – perfect for when the family or friends come to visit! The kitchen is functional and adjoins both living areas. There are three bedrooms – with the master boasting an en-suite and walk-in-robe. The spacious main bathroom has a bathtub and separate ‘powder room’! There’s a large two car garage with space for the buggy (and a rear roller door that leads directly onto the course).
The gardens are well established with beautiful, flowering hibiscus shrubs and lemon trees that produce great fruit! Of course, it’s the gorgeous Jacaranda tree out the front that you’ll grow to love the most. When in bloom, its stunning colour is something to be admired. Out the back, there’s a covered entertaining area – perfect for watching golfers teeing off or for enjoying the sounds of birdsong and the rolling ocean.
As well as its proximity to the golf course – this property is close to the medical centre, dentist, nursey and Tura Beach shopping centre.
18 Pacific Way has been a much-loved family home for over 25 years. It’s brimming with potential for those who like to tinker. The astute investor might consider a more significant face-lift, while others will recognise immediately the solid rental potential this property holds.
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