Presented by Jack Mayhew (0488 221 214) and Rhys Bennett (0431 338 187) of Integrity Real Estate Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin.
If relaxing summer afternoons spent overlooking Swan Lake from the privacy of your own balcony sound enticing to you, then this is the property you have been waiting for. Combining modern living and low maintenance with an amazing location just a stone's throw from the lake and a short drive to the beach, the options really are endless. Whether its paddle boarding in the lake, fishing with your friends out in the boat or surfing some of the best local waves around, there really is nothing to do but walk in, kick back and enjoy the coastal vibes. The ideal holiday home with its stylish and modern appliances throughout, you get an immediate sense of quality upon entering the home. Backing up these quality aesthetics is a functional layout with a generously sized lock-up garage for all the toys and an open plan kitchen/living area that opens out onto your own private balcony with views of the water. Being conveniently located only meters from the local shop will come in handy on those hot summer days when you need to stock up the fridge. All in all, this is true value for money and a must to inspect.
- Swan Lake at your doorstep - Open plan kitchen/living design - Generous sized modern unit - Short walk/drive to the beach
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