Presented by Rhys Bennett (0431 338 187) and Jack Mayhew (0488 221 214) of Integrity Real Estate Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin.
This neat and tidy single level home is set on approximately 6,000sqm parcel of land in the heart of St Georges Basin. This spacious property would make an ideal holiday house or home for a young family with scope to improve and add value to the dwelling.
Nestled amongst the trees, this beautiful property has been called home to one lucky family for over 30 years and with no shortage of potential there's so much to love! The property features an open plan three bedroom home with original timber interior. With a generous veranda that wraps around the whole house, you can find the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the sun with a book in hand no matter what time of day it is. Outside you will find a double lock up garage, established gardens, professional dog kennels and much more.
This property is lifestyle living at its finest while only a short drive to shops, schools and the waters edge. With plenty on offer this property will not last long at all so get in quick to book your inspection before it's gone!
- Approximately 6,000sqm block of land - Fully fenced acreage property with dual street access - Original home with plenty of character and scope to improve - Great part of the street with impressive surrounding homes - Short drive to shops, schools and medical centres - Short drive to the world class beaches of Jervis Bay
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