How beautiful is Merimbula’s Boardwalk? The way it hugs the shoreline of that pristine estuary, the dappled light of the eucalypt canopies, the way the tide rises and falls beneath the timber boards… hiding and revealing sandy treasures. And what about the sunsets? The way the water turns to glass and the sky becomes golden… Then there’s the bird life, the oyster farms, the succulent mangroves… Time spent wandering along Merimbula’s Boardwalk is such a special way to experience our pristine coastline… And 42 Imlay Street is a home that offers this beautiful boardwalk experience right at your back door!
From the generous living areas with their beautiful Tasmanian oak flooring, you can enjoy the gorgeous outlook over the lake. Even at the kitchen sink, you’ll be watching the oyster farmers tend their leases, paddle boarders exploring the lake and holiday makers taking the boat out for a spot of fishing! The spacious back deck provides another space to enjoy the lovely natural beauty of the lake and the delightful ambiance of living on the water’s edge.
The home offers four bedrooms – two upstairs and two down – and two bathrooms… one upstairs and one down! Three of the four bedrooms have built in robes, with the fourth having the potential to become an office space or similar. There’s gas heating, a reverse cycle air conditioner and a beautiful open fire place as well. There’s a two car garage with internal access to the house and an inviting front verandah where you can enjoy the well-established gardens. The large backyard is also well established and low maintenance. Constructed with Hebel “bricks” - an autoclaved, aerated concrete - the property also offers outstanding insulation, sound proofing and fire resistance.
Those looking to maximize their return on investment might consider segmenting this property into ‘upstairs and downstairs’. Add in a kitchenette and ‘downstairs’ could easily become a space to holiday let, a granny flat, a rental… Alternatively, for those looking for their family home, you’ll appreciate how well maintained and presented this property is. With a few contemporary updates, this solidly constructed home will spruce up exceptionally well.
42 Imlay Street is surprisingly private and with your own access to the boardwalk, this property offers a special opportunity to purchase an iconic and idyllic Merimbula location. Perhaps you’ll take your morning coffee at Sunsets Kiosk at the boat ramp or perhaps you’ll become the envy of your workmates as you walk in to town each day via the boardwalk! Whatever you decide, you can be certain that life at 42 Imlay will be something special!
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