Positioned on one of Merimbula’s most desirable streets, this light and airy charming beach house - set on a 950m² block - is within walking distance to the best beaches in the area. As soon as you enter the expansive open plan living/dining space, the view from every window is glorious! (The outlook encompasses Back Lake, Short Point beach and Tura Beach Headland from a perfect elevation). Flowing out onto a large timber deck and courtyard to the side, fabulous for entertaining or using as whale watching platforms. The comfortable residence consists of three good sized bedrooms (master with ensuite and walk in robe) and a family bathroom/laundry all on one level. Another advantage is the self-contained downstairs area with kitchenette, bedroom, living, bathroom and storage. The garage/shed is a fitted-out “man cave”, workshop and underneath has plenty of room for general storage. Homes in this area with such an incredible outlook are not for sale very often, so I suggest calling quickly to book in a private inspection.
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