Walk to Whitecliffs Beach and soak up sea breezes from this beach hideaway on a private 854sqm (approx) allotment 350m to the foreshore.
This largely original, character-filled home is ready to exchange hands for the first time in decades. She's an idyllic sea changer, holiday home or lease-and-landbank opportunity with scope to update, in a quiet street.
Generous gardens front and rear pair with single-level living and an atrium garden to create a relaxed vibe within easy reach of the Rye shops and Rye Pier.
Enjoy storage galore, tinkering and more courtesy of a remote tandem 2-car garage and workshop with a side roller door, plus a generous separate garden shed/workshop.
Three bedrooms with built-in robes rest at the rear with garden views including an ensuited master bedroom with split system air-conditioning.
An enclosed terrace/alfresco space takes pride of place at the centre of the floorplan, while a full-width covered verandah provides an idyllic spot to stargaze and watch sunsets.
Open-plan living/dining with split system air-conditioning and a wood heater shares space with a stone-topped kitchen featuring a Belling cooker, an appliance bench and a Miele dishwasher.
Other highlights include a 4th bedroom/study, sun blinds, a large vegetable garden, an established mini-orchard, off-street parking for a boat/caravan, bore water to keep the lawn lush and the veggies plentiful, and a private frontage lined with natives.
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