Here is your opportunity to own a large elevated family home set on a generous 1189m2 block backing onto Candlagan Creek and reserve. Just a short stroll to both Broulee Beach and the Mossy Point Café. Direct water access for your kayak and SUP from the backyard.
2 generous living areas, the main lounge upstairs and a rumpus/ billiard room downstairs.
A well equipped kitchen with walk in pantry.
Glass sunroom enclosing the entire length of the house, which overlooks both Candlagan Creek and reserve, as well as distant mountain views.
5 bedrooms. 3 upstairs and 2 large bedrooms downstairs.
2 bathrooms plus and ensuite off the main bedroom.
Solid timber parquetry flooring throughout the upstairs living areas.
Ample storage, with 2 dedicated box rooms and BIR in 2 bedrooms.
Covered garaging for 3 cars, as well as a carport for 1 car.
If you want space you can't go past this property.
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