This magnificent five-bedroom family home has stunning ocean views and is just a short stroll to some of the region's best surf breaks and rock fishing spots. Spend your days lazing on spectacular Racecourse Beach or unwind alongside your own indoor heated pool. Walk through the front door into an expansive cool tiled living room with slow combustion fireplace. The lower living area adjoins two bedrooms and opens onto the private and light-filled indoor heated pool and spa with separate bathroom. Upstairs, stunning hardwood flooring and high raked ceilings in the living areas add to the beach house vibe, while expansive windows flood the home with light and capture magnificent views of the waves crashing onto the sand. A fresh new kitchen is the centre of the upstairs living space. The master bedroom also boasts beach views and enjoys a refreshing sea breeze, with walk-in robe and ensuite. The large recently renovated family bathroom has a luxurious corner spa and separate shower. Features include fully fenced north-facing backyard with native landscaping, outdoor entertaining area with fire pit, gas heating and large double garage with auto door. Formerly home to a swim school, this home has loads of space to operate a home business, with additional off-street parking. Your family can live life to the fullest every day of the year, or make this your dream South Coast holiday retreat.
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