Ideally located in a quiet complex of only 4 strata units on the village fringe, this impressive brick villa has recently undergone a stylish transformation. The vaulted ceilings, modern finishes and rural outlook come together to create an inviting, sophisticated home. All the work is done, just move in and enjoy!
• Light-filled and welcoming open plan living • Contemporary kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooking, bay window and soft-close drawers • Stay comfortable year-round with reverse cycle air conditioning plus ceiling fans • Two bedrooms with built-in-robes • Freshly updated bathroom/laundry with large vanity • New front verandah plus easy-care enclosed rear courtyard and single carport • Fantastic investment prospect – rental demand in Pambula consistently strong
Conveniently positioned just 450 metres to Pambula’s main street, leave the car at home and take an easy stroll to shops, cafes, restaurants and town amenities. Head across to the Pambula markets held every 2nd Sunday of the month, only a 5-minute walk away. Beach days are just a 3.4km walk, bike ride or drive.
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