This solid home in South Sussex will not disappoint. Whether you are searching for your family holiday home or a home for the family to grow in this property is worth a closer look! Set on a 569m2 block there are three large bedrooms as well as a sunroom (or office space) with water views over the Bowling Club and reserve. On the ground floor you will find the kitchen, second living area and dining room that opens onto a covered deck bringing your living space into the outdoors. You will also find the third bedroom and bathroom on this level. A gas point for heating and a split system air conditioner will keep you comfortable year-round. Heading upstairs and you will discover the main lounge room, sunroom and the other two bedrooms as well an ensuite bathroom. An attached garage gives you internal access to the home and drives-through to a second larger garage. There is also great space beside the home offering easy potential for parking your boat or caravan. The back and front yards are both fully fenced and your family pet will love a daily stroll to the Lions Park (350m away) with public jetties and boat-ramp.
I would love to show everything this home has to offer so give me a call today to set up a viewing.
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