Enjoying a commanding hilltop position in one of Mollymooks most sought after streets, this original home boasts sweeping ocean panoramas and a perfect north easterly aspect. Features a flexible single level layout with 2 bedrooms, large family/rumpus room, electric kitchen, lock-up garage with internal access. Blissfully quiet, sun drenched and surrounded by quality homes, the elevated aspect of this home ensures never-to-be-built-out views. There is endless potential to create a coastal masterpiece moments from beach, cafes and golf club.
Features include: - 2 bedrooms - family/rumpus room - electric kitchen - lounge & dining areas with views - front balcony with views - easy-care tiled floors - fenced yard - single garage with internal access - moments to beach & cafes - endless potential - 645sqm
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