Affectionately known as 'Dulwarra', this residence combines luxurious living and the laid-back lifestyle Tathra is so well-known for. A seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living captures beautiful afternoon sea breezes and showcases the best 180 degree views. Sophisticated and elegant a recent renovation with an emphasis on modern open plan design, boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms, set across three levels, entry is via the middle floor. The master suite is fit for a queen with uninterrupted views. This room also features a walk in dressing room and full bathroom ensuite and spills out to your own deck area. The upper level combines the kitchen, dining, lounge and outdoor patio. The new kitchen showcases top-of-the-line appliances, ample bench and storage space plus a fully-equipped bar. Located in the centre of town its just a short walk to shops, Fat Tony's restaurant and Tathra Hotel. The list of impressive features continues, double lock-up garage with additional storage, large internal lift (300k capacity) from the garage, sets it apart from most houses and makes it easy to get to each floor effortlessly. Outdoors easy to maintain lawns and gardens, high hedges for privacy around the boundary plus room for a boat beside the garage.
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