Block size: 809 m² approx.House size: 274 m² approx.
Serene Family Retreat
Nestled within a tranquil coastal community of Broulee, this modern home showcases a sophisticated look and feel only 500m from South Broulee Beach. This immaculate family home really does represent the ultimate in family living, entertaining, comfort, space, convenience and location.
An open plan arrangement characterises the interior, coming together with tiled floors throughout and high ceilings. Awash in natural light, these stylish quarters will be a joy year-round. Air flow from front to rear entertaining area and plantation shutters adds to the coastal feel.
The nearby living and dining areas flow out to a gorgeous covered rear courtyard overlooking the seven-meter pool, where an alfresco meal will never be far away. Complementing this is a second courtyard, adjoining a paved undercover area.
Returning inside, a generous five bedrooms can be found all on the one level, each spacious and benefiting from a built-in robe, while the master features a luxurious ensuite. A family bathroom also lies only steps away.
Further highlights include a lock-up garage with internal access, space for additional cars in the driveway, ducted air conditioning throughout, side laneway access from backyard, outdoor hot and cold shower and an enviable location. Be quick, as these opportunities are few and far between.
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