Here’s a little piece of paradise tucked away on Pacific Way! Neat as a pin, this lovely three- bedroom house will soon become your haven. Pop this one on your inspection list and you certainly won’t be disappointed!
On arrival, you’re tempted to dwell on the back verandah which extends around the property, creating an outdoor living area. It’s a lovely space to enjoy the beautiful, well-established gardens. Bellbirds flit from the trees whilst a magpie inspects the lawn. Take a moment to listen and you’ll hear the gentle sound of ocean waves, reminding you that you’re just a short walk from the amazing Pacific ocean.
Inside, a tidy family home awaits. The open-plan living area includes a well-appointed, contemporary kitchen with a Miele dishwasher and brand new cooktop. A mix of carpet and tiled flooring creates a sense of designated areas as well as accommodating beach-life and family living! Generous windows bring light and add to the sense of spaciousness. The deck adjoins this living space and it’s easy to imagine happy days with the family enjoying BBQ’s and get-togethers. You’ll be hosting the Footy Grand Finals and Test Cricket matches too – enjoying them outdoors on the large screen TV installed in that impressive outdoor living area!
The second living area could be described as a media room. It’s fitted out with surround sound speakers, wall screen and ceiling mounted projector. Again, you can see the family settling in for movie nights or the grandkids enjoying their online games.
The Master bedroom is spacious, including a walk-in robe and good-size ensuite. Bedrooms two and three are positioned either side of the well-appointed main bath. The bedrooms are carpeted and have built in robes.
270 Pacific Way is a little piece of paradise that affords you all the convenience of Tura Beach living. Enjoy walking through Tura’s many bushland reserves and watching whales from the headlands. It’s a short drive to the supermarket, chemist, Library and the golf club!
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