It takes about 3 to 4 years for a Sydney Rock oyster to become a suitable size for market. It’s an important fact to know since oysters will become a natural talking point when 45 Imlay Street becomes your home. This beautiful property overlooks Merimbula Lake and several oyster leases where Sydney Rock Oysters are grown.
From the spacious open plan kitchen and living areas, you’ll see the lake come to life with sea birds, fishermen, paddle boarders and of course, oyster farmers. Raked ceilings and expansive windows make this living area a space that’s both warm and welcoming. Sliding doors lead out to a generous deck that’s perfect for entertaining or watching the sunset over the water. A gorgeous custom built fire place adds character to the room as well as offering comforting heat and ambience during the winter months. A mix of carpet and tiled flooring creates a sense of designated areas as well as accommodating seaside-life and family living! Each of the three bedrooms are carpeted and include built in robes and ceiling fans. The large bathroom includes a shower and bathtub with separate toilet.
Out the back is a sun-drenched yard with an established garden. A citrus tree flowers happily and is presently loaded with fruit! Low maintenance lavender bushes and clivia plants are thriving along with many other species. There’s enough lawn and patio space for the kids to play and the entire yard is fully fenced. Out front there’s beautiful palms that sway in the sea breeze, a large carport and, beneath the house, extensive storage.
45 Imlay Street has a sort of timeless quality about it. This is a property that has aged beautifully and has been home to many wonderful memories. Whilst this property is delightful as is, with just a small amount of love, this top-quality, well-appointed home could be further enhanced.
Start researching your oyster facts while you consider your finances. 45 Imlay Street is a premier property and just like the delicious delicacies it overlooks, this one won’t last long.
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