Showcasing this perfectly located family home on the beautiful NSW South Coast town of Callala Bay, featuring a spacious domain of effortless comfort and style. This double story home offers space and relaxation, ready for your family to enjoy a wonderful Sea Change lifestyle. Complete with five great size bedrooms four with built in wardrobes. The light filled Master suite offers a newly renovated ensuite and large walk in robe. The 5th bedroom downstairs is ideal for those who may work from home as it has its own external access and can be completely blocked off from the rest of the home. Other great features of this home are the two-large open plan living areas, three beautifully renovated bathrooms, open plan kitchen with separate/formal dining and large covered entertaining area. You will be amazed at the sheer amount of storage with the double garage attached to the home plus the great size garden shed at the rear of the property. Behind the home is a great reserve area for the kids to explore while you simply relax and soak up the sunshine. Just a stroll up the road are various beach tracks that take you directly down to the pristine waters of both Callala Beach and Bay With such a beautiful family home on offer you best be quick to secure an inspection as it will not be around for long.
For more information or to arrange a time to inspect please call Cassandra Preston today on 0406 369 294
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