Enjoying picturesque ocean vistas, this premier location presents a rewarding experience to create a beautiful residence in a desirable locale. The 607sqm North-east facing block is just metres from beaches and moments to Burrill Lake shops
- Elevated brick home designed to capitalise on the superb view - Outstanding opportunity for developer or renovated to add value - Perfect permanent home, holiday retreat or investment haven - Split level design comprising two bedrooms, master with ensuite and ocean views - Two living areas, wood fireplace - Large kitchen-meals with ocean views - Large single garage with workshop or storage space - Workshop or studio at rear - Wake every day to the sound of waves breaking on the sand - Prized lifestyle, take early morning swims, surf year-round - Near nature reserves, shops and the delightful waters of Burrill Lake
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