White sands, clear water, sunny days and balmy nights. Callala Beach is the ideal holiday getaway and the best way to enjoy this idyllic location is in your very own beach house. Showcasing this perfectly located beachside home just one street back from the stunning shores of Callala Beach, featuring a spacious domain of effortless comfort and style. This double level home offers space and relaxation, ready for your family to enjoy a wonderful Sea Change lifestyle or holiday home away from home Complete with four great size bedrooms with two of them accessing the balcony. The Master suite located on the first floor is generously proportioned with a private ensuite. Creative use of neutral colour gives the feeling of a holiday atmosphere all year round. Open plan living spaces allow you the room you need to entertain and relax with family & friends with the large well-appointed centrally located kitchen adjacent to the dining area makes entertaining a breeze This beautiful home sits on a 569 (approx.) square meter block on a lovely quiet street just meters away from the water's edge If you are looking for a large family home or investment property that is move in ready, then look no further
Other Notable Property Features " Single drive through garage with internal access Large full length balcony Ample living / entertaining space Well appointed kitchen Internal laundry Don't let this one get away, please call Cassandra Preston today on 0406 369 294 for more information or to arrange a time to inspect.
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