This beach house is both charming and full of character. Fabulously located just one street back from the pristine foreshore of Callala Bay set on a 1296 square meter block ( approx.) nestled amongst native trees where abundant bird life is a feature and everyday delight.
This beautiful home offers space with a modern open plan design which is both comfortable and features a bright sunny aspect. Offering three generous bedrooms all with built in robes, two bathrooms, open plan living/dining with separate kitchen, cathedral ceilings, floating flooring throughout plus a great size veranda to enjoy a BBQ, dine and wine and enjoy the lovely sea breeze on those balmy nights. With the bay just a stone's throw away from your front door you'll have no need for the car simply grab the towels and wander down to enjoy a leisurely swim or laze around in the sunshine. Spend those summer days watching the dolphins swim by and enjoying the splendour of the stunning Jervis Bay. This property would make the ideal home away from home, holiday or permanent rental investment.
Such a great home in such a fabulous location will not be around for long. Please call Cassandra Preston to arrange a time to inspect 0406 369 294
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