View For All Seasons Uninterrupted Tuross Lake views and stunning mountain vistas can be relished from nearly every area of this four bedroom, two bathroom waterfront home. Set amongst mature trees and the peaceful charm of 'Old' Tuross, this elevated property boasts 180 degree views. Blending beautifully with the natural environment, the ambience of this home can be experienced from both inside and outside. Outside, the home is surrounded by private, continuous decking, either timber or tiled, with a 30sqm (approx.) covered, entertaining area overlooking Tuross Lake and mountains. Inside, the open plan design is family friendly. Glass sliders and thoughtfully placed windows frame the everchanging views and provides natural light. Hardwood timber floors are laid throughout the high traffic areas and the interior colour palette blends beautifully with the outside landscape. Centrally located, the kitchen has a stainless-steel dishwasher and oven, glass cooktop, rolling island bench, display cabinetry, pull-out pantry and additional storage. The kitchen overlooks the dining area plus a cozy conversation space near a centrally placed Nectre radiant wood heater which warms the home efficiently during the cooler months. The lounge forms part of the open plan design and overlooks the front gardens as well as the lake and mountain backdrop to the rear of the home. Reverse-cycle air-conditioning is installed in this area of the home and access is available to the front timber decks which overlooks the gardens and nearby water feature. The main double bedroom has built-in robes and deck access via glass sliding doors. Mountain and lake views can be enjoyed from the main bedroom and one can enjoy local birdlife in the nearby treetop canopy. A second single bedroom is located on this level which can also serve as a computer room or professional home office as it offers a separate covered porch entry. The main bathroom includes shower, toilet and handbasin with vanity storage. A modern timber staircase leads down to a hobby room/retreat area, two double bedrooms, each with built-in robes and a second full bathroom including bath/shower, toilet, handbasin and vanity plus additional storage. The laundry is neatly tucked away off the carport and provides additional storage which may be ideal for a second fridge. The overlength garage has an auto door and a workshop and storage area towards the rear. Other features of this home include an outdoor heated spa with timber decking, external stairs to the backyard, 1.5kw solar panels and solar hot water system connected to off-peak mains power, insulation, programmable watering system, ceiling fans. Concrete flooring under the house is ideal for trailer, small boat or camper. NBN (fibre to the curb) is available. The block measures 2700sqm with low maintenance tiered garden beds at the front of the property. The backyard has a levelled lawn area near the house and tiered gardens beds towards the lake. A semi-circular pebbled driveway is located at the front of the home. Paths around the property are a blend of pebbles, paving and concrete.
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