Introducing to the market; BAR-VUE, Located in a premium position just 100m from the crystal-clear waterways of Sussex Inlet is this beautifully restored home. Situated on a huge 985.2sqm block with side access the land offers a level building allotment for those savvy buyers interested in pursuing a dual occupancy development (S.T.C.A.). With three-phase power and engineered preparations for further construction already in place this is the only block of its kind available to the market. Having just been painted inside and out and well as being fitted with new floor coverings the property features; -Two generous bedrooms, one with ceiling fan -Open plan living -Reverse cycle air conditioner -Original kitchen with breakfast bar -Bathroom with separate toilet -Tidy laundry -Large hot water system for extra guests -A sunroom extension that runs the length of the home -Fitted with a mix of venetian and roller blinds throughout -Double garage size storage shed Lazy weekend dinners are sorted at the neighbouring Bowling Club while you can spend the days enjoying the ocean breeze from the shade of the large palms on your front patio. Take a wander down to the grassy public reserve and swimming spot (200m) or walk across the reserve and you will find yourself at the Lions Park with slipway, two jetties, BBQ facilities and playground. Properties in this location are sought after and with the added dual occupancy opportunity this one will not last long! Get in touch for a viewing today.
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