* Built using energy efficient materials - Rated 7 stars! * Solar panels + batteries to live off grid * 15.6m x 12.3m carport extension just added * Including shipping container for storage
If you have alot of items to store or you just want a near new home by the beach that's low maintenance and energy efficient, take a look at this newly listed home on Riverside Terrace.
On a slightly elevated 892m2 block, there's great breezes and views from the upstairs deck overlooking South Mission Beach. With an open plan kitchen/dining and lounge room, there's 3 bedrooms off the hallway, main bathroom and separate toilet. All bedrooms have built in robes and TV points, the master bedroom has split system air-conditioning for summer comfort and it's fitted with security screens throughout.
Downstairs is open to do with what you please - Currently used for storage, but can be finished to include more bedrooms, there's also plumbing in place to add another kitchen, the bathroom/laundry has just been completed.
With steel frames, energy efficient paneling, solar panels with batteries so you could live totally off the grid, you'll love the money you'll save on your weekly power bill! A massive 7 stars for energy efficiency!
There's a 40ft container on the block that's been secured down and painted, and it's covered underneath a huge carport extension. The block is also fully fenced and around the corner from your choice of 2 boat ramps.
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