Block size: 4581 m² approx.House size: 138 m² approx.
NOTHING TO DO BUT RELAX & TAKE IN THE VIEW!
This 2-story, 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom brick home sits on approximately 1.5 acres and really does have a lot to offer. Downstairs is a double garage and workshop, double bedroom, bathroom and rumpus - perfect for a B&B or could possibly be utilised as a granny flat or teenagers retreat. Upstairs boasts an updated kitchen, dining and lounge showcasing those amazing views of Bass Strait. The 3 additional bedrooms each have built-in robes and are well sized with the master bedroom offering an ensuite. Sliding doors off the dining room lead to an undercover barbecue area - perfect for those cooler nights when entertaining. The home is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, fruit trees and water features which are all serviced by an automatic watering system. Another undercover barbecue area at the front of the home is perfectly positioned to capture that amazing view. There is a 6x6 shed and a 20' container for storage, a bird aviary, 2 chicken runs and 1/2 an acre of grassed paddock with plenty of space for parking. The property is fully fenced with the rear of the home fully enclosed and secure for the young children and family pets. The amazing views are on offer from almost every part of the property - don't miss out on this home which really does tick all of the boxes! For a private inspection phone today.
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