Huge elevated property with subdivision potential (STCA)
This solid brick-and-tile home occupies a commanding elevated position on an enormous block with lucrative potential to subdivide into six additional lots (STCA). The existing home showcases beautiful leafy views from the rear deck, and is ideally set moments to beautiful Kianga's Magical beaches and Wagonga inlet, and just five minutes to all major amenities in Narooma town centre.
-- Large carpeted living room features a slow-combustion wood fireplace -- Separate dining area with original kitchen and access to rear deck -- Three good-sized upstairs bedrooms; master with wall-to-wall built-in robe -- Well-presented original bathroom with bath, shower and separate toilet -- Private, self-contained downstairs guest accommodation with external entry
Enter into the upstairs living room that flows through to a separate dining area with a well presented adjoining kitchen and access to the large covered deck that showcases a lovely elevated outlook.
A hallway off the main living room connects to the three upstairs bedrooms, main bathroom and separate internal laundry with deck access.
Downstairs, an integrated caravan with an adjoining annex serves as a fourth bedroom or private guest retreat, and the double carport joins a large 5m x 6.3m workshop or garage.
Call Michael Zalewski at One Agency Narooma on 0421 720 146 to organise your inspection today.
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