This single-level villa, located so close to the beautiful Mollymook Beach, cafes and golf club, offers an idyllic holiday lifestyle every day of the year. Part of a boutique complex of four, surrounded by gardens and alongside a nature reserve, the villa is bright and light-filled capturing the morning sun and sea breeze at the front. Whether you're seeking to downsize close to the beach or dreaming of a coastal weekend retreat to escape the rat-race here's a rare opportunity. The kitchen and open plan living area overlooks established gardens and opens onto a low maintenance, fenced backyard with sunny alfresco entertaining area. Air conditioned, the home offers three generous bedrooms, master with ensuite, plus a large single lock up garage and plenty of extra parking for visitors and family. Leave the car at home and stroll to the Beach Hut for your morning coffee or lunch at the golf club right on the beach. Whether it's surfing the headland break, a brisk walk at sunrise or lazing on the sand with a good book, Mollymook Beach is a dream destination - and it can all be yours. If the golf course is calling, there's two to choose from, both within walking distance. Less than a five minute drive will have you at some of the best eateries on the coast, including Rick Stein's at Bannisters, The Pavilion and Tallwood, or pop into Milton village for some great shopping. Just three hours from Sydney and Canberra, this is the ideal holiday investment, or keep it all to yourself!
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