4 Dale Place is an award winning home in the most desirable of areas. Grab your board and walk to one of the two beaches which are relatively unknown and not swallowed up by the Summer crowds. Surrounded by the bush, this property has been designed to live in. This is both a comfortable holiday home but also suits a permanent residence. Quality features throughout such as Australian hardwood timber floors, granite bench tops, LED lighting, reverse cycle air con both upstairs and downstairs, ducted vacuuming, integrated cabinetry for fridge and dishwasher, also multi-room audio and security. Excellent use of glass and louvers ensure that the home is drenched in natural light and maximizes the cooling ocean breezes and cross ventilation. With a spacious rumpus downstairs, extra living upstairs and gorgeous bi-fold doors which open up to an undercover entertaining deck, there will be plenty of room for all of the family and friends to enjoy. Features: * 2002 HIA South Coast Home of the Year * 3 Spacious bedrooms - ensuite of the main * Single car garage * 2.5 Bathrooms * 3 Decks * Enormous Rumpus room with wet bar * Potential Holiday rental @ $3500 per week during peak season
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