Escape to the quiet seaside village of Myola on the northern shores of Jervis Bay tucked away in one of the South Coast's best kept secrets. On offer is this outstanding modern brick & tile residence. Set upon an ideal 727sqm (approx) block of land, with wide drive access to a huge workshop/garage with carport, basin and bathroom facilities and ample access for a larger boat or caravan making it the perfect holiday home or retirement destination. The house itself offers 3 great sized bedrooms, built-in robes, separate lounge and dining/family room opening out onto a fully covered outdoor entertainment deck. The home is serviced by 2 bathrooms, a superb solid timber kitchen, reverse cycle air-conditioning, ceiling fans and wood burning heater. Located only a short stroll to boat ramp, river front and beach and an easy distance to shops restaurants and cafes at nearby Callala Bay & Beach. With the sparkling clear waters of Currambene Creek just across the road you will be spoilt for choice as to how you spend your days " stand up paddle boarding, Canoeing, Kayaking or launch your boat at the nearby boat ramp, motor up the creek to many swimming, fishing and picnic spots, or simply jump on the ferry over to Huskisson to enjoy a nice meal at many of the restaurants or enjoy some shopping A delightful home, a divine location; all the wonders of a relaxed seaside lifestyle are all here and ready for you to enjoy. For further details or to arrange your inspection please call Cassandra Preston 0406 369 294
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