Block size: 556 m² approx.House size: 143 m² approx.
ON THE EDGE OF TOWN
Wonderfully inviting and ready to instantly enjoy, this well presented open plan 4 bedroom home is tailored for coastal family living. Quietly nestled in a pocket just west of Ulladulla harbour and CBD, footsteps from an array of buzzing cafes, shops and restaurants.
This impeccably presented home offers broad appeal with easy care interiors and private outdoor settings. Featuring high ceilings and low maintenance tiled flooring throughout the living/dining area and into the kitchen. A large modern kitchen looks out onto the north facing sun soaked backyard and covered courtyard, which is perfect for family and friends to enjoy all year round.
The master suite with its own ensuite is situated at the rear of the property and allows for the other three generous rooms to be found around the main bathroom.
* Sitting on the edge of town and 800 metres walk to Ulladulla harbour & CBD * Reverse cycle air-conditioning along with gas heating and solar hot water * Master bedroom with ensuite along with another three generous bedrooms * Landscaped gardens with veggie patch and a tandem carport
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