This versatile solid brick home is in the heart of Nelligen Village, enjoying a split level design and a haven of greenery, positioned on a large 1255m2 double block offering the potential for future enhancement with a land value of $209,000.
Relax and enjoy the peaceful setting from the sun drenched front porch. Modern kitchen with 900mm chefs gas oven, island bench and walk-in pantry. The open plan living area features solid timber flooring and reverse cycle air-con.
There are four spacious bedrooms, three with built-in wardrobes and one with an ensuite. Combined family bathroom and laundry with separate toilet. Spacious gardens with an in-ground water tank.
Only short walking distance to the Clyde River, local Nelligen shop and cafe. Approximately a 10 minute drive into Batemans Bay town centre, local popular beaches and National Parks.
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