Presented by Jack Mayhew (0488 221 214) and Able Walsh (0402 299 309) of Integrity Real Estate Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin.
With nothing but 300m of National Park separating you from the pristine water, this home in the private and sought after Justfield Drive is just steps from Swan Lake.
Set on over 850 sqm of land this property has ample space and potential with this small residential area of Sussex Inlet tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the town but keeps you close to the action with the shops, cafes and inlet just a 5-minute drive away.
Inside the home are 4 bedrooms, all with ceiling fans, 2 with built-ins and the main with a walk-in robe and recently renovated ensuite with floor to ceiling tiles. The kitchen is huge, with classic timber cabinetry and a skylight. The open plan living and dining area have original floorboards, air conditioning and gas heating. Matching the ensuite is the new main bathroom, spacious, floor to ceiling tiles, free-standing bath and separate shower making this the star of the home. The original attached single garage has been converted to extra living space with internal access, perfect for the second lounge, rumpus or home office and has its own private entrance off the driveway.
Outside is a wrap-around covered deck, looking over the backyard to the national park with an extended back deck which has space for the whole family to enjoy an afternoon get together in the sun. Ample parking space at the front of the home with a carport, paved area for the boat/caravan and a garage/workshop accessed from the rear of the property. The extended back deck has space for the whole family to enjoy an afternoon get together in the sun.
This is a property that is deserving of an inspection, give Jack or Able a call today to discuss this fantastic opportunity.
- 300m of National Park to the waters of Swan Lake - 850 sqm plus of land - 5 minutes drive to shops, cafes and the inlet - 4 bed 2 bath - Wrap around deck with extended entertaining area - Ample parking
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