Family size single level home on a generous 1526msq block a mere 500m from the ocean. Featuring a large lounge with home theatre and wood heating, modern kitchen with gas cooking and a huge walk-in pantry. Separate master suite with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. Two other bedrooms, study and large rumpus room that would easily convert to a fourth bedroom. There is an enormous verandah looking out over the clear levelled rear yard, which is fully fenced, while the front yard is beautifully landscaped. A huge double garage and parking for a boat and caravan round out this excellent home.
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