Location ideal, with direct access to the famous boardwalk, a short stroll to the beach and town centre. Surrounded by natural beauty and an array of native bird life, it is a perfect sanctuary whether as a permanent home or weekend getaway. The filtered water views a reminder of the immediate proximity to Merimbula’s saltwater lake; a favourite fishing spot for locals. This charming residence consists of 4 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms, (all bedrooms have built-in robes, one with en-suite). Level street access from the first floor leads into an open plan living/dining/kitchen area that benefits from filtered views of Merimbula Lake. A sunny balcony with a peaceful & private outlook offers a perfect setting for entertaining guests. Whilst upstairs consists of three bedrooms and two bathrooms (one with en-suite), downstairs comprises of the fourth bedroom, third bathroom, separate lounge room and plenty of storage. Outside the residence stand established gardens with a good sized level lawn, a double carport and direct access from the backyard to Merimbula Lake and boardwalk in to town.
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