Lovingly maintained, spacious Master built, brick family home on a large leafy block with tranquil outlook to bushland is for sale in much sought after North Nowra location. Opposite ‘The Grotto’ reserve with picturesque walking tracks overlooking the Shoalhaven River, this home is a mere 15 minutes’ walk to local shops, gym and primary school.
Clever split-level design makes this home one of the most liveable and versatile on the market. A large foyer flows seamlessly to bedrooms on the same level, up to large living areas, and also down to huge potential granny flat, teenager retreat or home business, as was successfully run from this space for many years. The downstairs area can be closed off from the rest of house and has a separate bathroom and external entrance. The easy-to-maintain, landscaped gardens, lush lawns and abundant bird life makes outdoor entertaining and relaxing in the private back patio area of this home a joy. This home is ready to move into with no work required, while offering plenty of opportunity for new owners wanting to put their stamp on it and make it their own.
IN ESSENCE: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, multiple living areas, butler’s pantry, raked ceiling, potential business/granny flat/bonus rumpus space, large double garage, fibre internet to the house, reverse cycle air conditioning, landscaped garden, outdoor entertaining area, 860m2 block.
To register your interest in viewing this magnificent property, contract Chris Tuminello and the team at Nowra First National on 0419 148 556 or 4423 5555.
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