'Rare' is the word that sums up this unique waterfront property!
Congo is a tightly held area where properties rarely come on the market. Most usually, family members jump at the opportunity to buy, before owners take them to agents. Congo village is divine, a place that offers privacy and an element of remoteness yet is only a 10-minute drive from Moruya's shops, clubs, schools and hospital. Congo has pristine beaches popular with surfers, a great lagoon and water way enjoyed by kayakers and a National Park that you can hike all the way to Bingie Beaches through. This property is as close as one can get to the beach, accessible by the beach stairs just a few metres up from your front yard that meander through the reserve to the beach itself. Located in a quiet no-through-road, this quirky conversion has 2 bedrooms on a mezzanine level/upstairs, downstairs a combined lounge/dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Sure it needs new carpet and a coat of paint, but that gives you the opportunity to put your own stamp on it. It also has a fenced block, double garage, garden shed and it's own chook run. Spend many years enjoying your holidays here and then when you're ready build your dream home. Inspection by appointment. Don't let this slip through your fingers like the golden sands of Congo Beach!
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