Huge house, Huge sheds and Huge views! Moments from the beach
Just 200m from the beach and with enough space to cater for the largest of families you will find this truly unique property that has all the boxes ticked.
The double brick home features both up and downstairs living areas and with 6 bedrooms plus study or office, would be perfect for extended families, teenagers or could make an amazing holiday home.
Offering plenty of room for all your cars, boats, caravans and toys with TWO 6mx6m colourbond garages PLUS a large 6mx6m double carport with high roof!
Other features include 3.6kw of solar panels ensuring electricity costs are kept to a minimum. A 2,000L slimline water tank helps maintain the established low maintenance gardens and rockeries. There is remote electric gates with intercom and circular driveway for ease of living
Be the envy of your friends as you entertain in the pergola or your very own man cave with outdoor oven, kitchen shower and toilet.
Enjoy views to Pigeon house mountain from the front of the yard or spot whales migrate from your front balcony. For further information or to inspect this home please contact Chris Coffey on 0488 333 003 or email email@example.com
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