If the question is bush or beach, this home is the answer, with glimpses of the ocean from the front and overlooking the National Park at the back. This beautifully tidy home is full of retro charm with many original 1970’s features. Downstairs you find the entertainers kitchen with island bench and breakfast bar that opens out onto the covered patio as well as the main family room. There is also a bedroom with ensuite on this floor perfect for guests. Upstairs you will be welcomed by a second spacious living area with large windows inviting ocean views. A further three bedrooms are found upstairs, one with access to the main bathroom. An attached carport with remote access drives through to a extra large double garage in the fully fenced backyard where you will find well loved gardens that attract the native wildlife. Solar panels and a large underground water tank will help keep the bills down. Take advantage of all this great property has on offer by grabbing your board and heading 300m down the hill to Berrara Lagoon or escape to the bush tracks with the National Park virtually at your back door. A great property with great potential that I would love to show you through today!
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