Have you been looking for the perfect holiday escape on the Yorke Peninsula? Well look no further! Located just an hour and forty five minutes from Adelaide, and situated just a short 200 metre stroll from the pristine white sands of North Beach is this great family holiday home with glimpses of the water. There are full length verandahs to the front and rear of the home, the perfect spots to sit back and relax on those lovely summer evenings plus the old caravan stays for some extra space for the kids or visitors but will need a good tidy up. Complete with functional kitchen including ample cupboard space that overlooks the dining area, good sized separate lounge to the front of the home, three bedrooms; one with a built-in-robe, combined laundry/bathroom and separate toilet. The lounge, dining and three bedrooms are all complete with ceiling fans. There is plenty of room for the boat in the great sized 3.60m x 8.50m (approx.) garage with direct access from the street, plus there is a smaller 4.70m x 3.00m (approx.) storage shed at the rear of the property. All on a fully fenced 813m2 allotment with low maintenance grounds and a Solar System to keep those electricity bills at an all-time low. This property is priced to be sold, so don't hesitate! Contact the Sales Agent David Bussenschutt today to make this one yours tomorrow!
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Garden,Secure Parking,Formal Lounge
Ray White Copper Coast | Ardrossan | Yorke Peninsula
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