When the home that you're searching for must ooze character, charm, have filtered water views and be able to stroll to the beach, lake boat ramp and shops, you need look no further.
This original 1948 home has been beautifully restored to present a tasteful renovation. The upper level of the home has an open plan lounge and dining area featuring a fabulous inset wood fire, for those cosy winter evenings, a very well appointed kitchen with stone benchtops and three spacious bedrooms with french doors leading out onto the front deck area, allowing you to sit, relax and enjoy a glass of wine while watching the magnificent Burrill Lake sunsets.
The dining area also leads out onto a very spacious elevated timber outdoor entertaining area, allowing you to enjoy looking over your own private rainforest! The elevation of the home with high ceilings allows for lovely light filled living and captures the sea breezes. The lower level has been designed as a blank canvas, allowing for multiple cars, boats, caravan, workshop, toys - masses of room for everything. There is also a large area with the plumbing already in place for an extra bathroom and laundry.
When choosing a special location like this you are only 50m from the fishing platform, 100m to the boat ramp and a leisurely flat stroll to the beach and shops. This light filled home presents a fantastic opportunity for those looking for a relaxed coastal lifestyle.
Disclaimer: We have obtained all this information from sources we believe to be reliable; however we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations where possible.
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