This northeast facing Berry bungalow has been fully renovated with huge street appeal, combining a blend of Hampton's and rural coastal living.
The white timber weatherboard home is spacious and open plan, with light-filled living and dining areas, panelled ceilings and white timber floors retaining the original character.
Enjoy a completely renovated kitchen with new appliances, and abundant bench space, smeg freestanding oven and kitchen island bench.
The living area flows to private outdoor alfresco entertaining which connects to the separate master bedroom or guest accommodation.
The corner block property is fully fenced, which makes it perfect for children or pets. Families are accommodated for with two and a half bathrooms, two bedrooms downstairs, plus a study.
The fourth and fifth bedrooms positioned upstairs are spacious and filled with natural light, raked ceilings, and matching dormer windows overlook the garden. Master bedroom is complete with built-in robe and Juliette balcony with views up to Berry Mountain.
You're within walking distance to shops and cafes, the weekly local produce markets, transport and schools, a premier Berry location."
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