Tuross Head is renowned for stunning coastal views & this great home is no exception.
With an elevated location, the beach at the end of the street & stunning wide angle ocean views to Montague Island this home sure ticks a lot of boxes.
A very spacious kitchen/meals area with bay window & an equally generous sized living room are a real feature of the property. The master bedroom has an ensuite & walk in robe whilst the 2nd double bedroom is serviced by a full bathroom & separate WC.
The living spaces have been recently refreshed with modern plank flooring, quality window blinds & fresh paint. Reverse cycle air conditioning is installed for year round comfort. A rear timber deck & stairs offer easy access to the fenced & gated back garden area.
A double garage plus very large workshop space with built in cupboards offers great storage options. Easy care grounds ensure there is plenty of time to spend at the beach, fishing on the lake or simply relaxing & enjoying the knockout views from the comfort of your arm chair.
If location & views are a priority we suggest you pick up the phone & call us today. Please note the property is currently tenanted & set notice periods & days will apply for inspections.
All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe reliable, however we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own inspections and enquiries.
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