A Wolumla icon is now for sale, situated on 5 North facing acres is a charm filled 3 bedroom home elevated and nestled amongst leafy plantings with a long established xmas tree business included. The residence boasts sweeping views and sweet North easterly sea breezes and features a huge timber deck and verandah that doubles as an outdoor living zone, while internally includes a spacious lounge (s/c heater), well equipped kitchen and adjacent dining, downstairs br, 2nd WC & laundry, upstairs to 2 generous brs, plenty of storage, master out to private balcony and gleaming modern bathroom. The surrounds include 25 mixed fruit trees, various shedding and outbuildings, full boundary fencing and yes, town water. Conveniently positioned on the edge of Wolumla village (general store/post office, pub, school etc) and a leisurely 10 minute drive to the beach and all the amenities Merimbula has to offer. Book an inspection and it will be Bob’s your uncle.
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