An extraordinary opportunity presents itself here at one of Ulladulla's premium beachfront locations. Magnificently perched on a 1271m2 block with Rennies Beach on its doorstep, this jaw dropping 4 bedroom beach house has been completely and tastefully renovated with the surf, ocean and nature in mind.
Set over two levels, the upper level features an expansive open plan living area with large glass windows effortlessly taking in the views over the beach and the Pacific Ocean. The expansive covered deck is the ideal position to watch the sun rise and witness the dolphins and whales at play. Two bedrooms, entertainers' kitchen with stone bench tops and modern bathroom complete this level.
The ground level features another two ample sized bedrooms, a kitchenette, living area and another feature deck taking in the ocean views. Potential extra income from holiday rentals or separate holiday accommodations for family and friends to enjoy.
There is an activated D.A. with council for another dwelling at the rear of the property with the beginnings of the construction already underway. The outlook from this proposed building is second to none. This has the potential to be Ulladulla's "Jewel in the Crown".
This is undoubtedly one of the best beach locations in all of Ulladulla. Direct access to the beach from the rear of the property, a short stroll to Ulladulla Harbour and CBD, Mollymook Golf Clubs, Bowling Clubs and the Ex Servos are also close by and easily accessible.
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