Imagine walking along the beach everyday... Only 125m to the sand and calming waves.
Perfect for retirees, holiday makers, young families or astute investors. Maloneys Beach is known for it's quiet streets and friendly community.
With ocean views from the front of the home, this beautifully appointed home has side access and through garage to accommodate a boat or trailer. There is also a workshop area in the garage for those who like to 'tinker'.
- 3 bedrooms all with built in robes, master with spa and shower in ensuite - Ducted A/C throughout with an addition reverse cycle a/c in the formal living room - Formal living room is carpeted (previously used as a very spacious 4th bedroom for extra guests) - Master bedroom and living rooms also have ceiling fans - Informal living room is tiled with a cosy fireplace - Good size kitchen and separate dining room - Glass sliding doors from the living room onto the undercover entertainment area - Lovely flat easy maintenance 612m2 yard with plenty of room for a veggie garden - 5KW Solar panels on the roof - Outdoor shower to wash off the day at the beach
This home really is an easy decision!
Only 13min drive to Batemans Bay shopping and cafe precinct, marina and foreshores. Approximately 2hrs to Canberra and 3.5hrs to Sydney.
It's time to make the 'Sea Change' you have always dreamed of. Call for an inspection at your earliest convenience.
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