Breathtaking views stretch through the valley as far as Ulladulla Harbour. Perched high on Bendalong Mountain overlooking the Conjola National Park, this contemporary home certainly makes the most of its sensational location, with large picture windows framing the vistas from every angle. A wall of glass connects the open plan living area to a timber deck the entire length of the home, the ideal place to relax with family and friends and soak in the incredible, and slightly unexpected, panoramic views. Just under 5 acres, this lifestyle property impresses from the minute you drive through the gate. The modern exterior reflects the surrounding bushland, with vertical Colourbond cladding and the extensive use of hardwood timbers. Enter the minimalist three bedroom home and immediately savour the sense of space and enjoy the feeling of freedom. The unique interior has interesting design elements including high v-groove vaulted ceilings and walls, panoramic windows and low maintenance Dunlop dot vinyl flooring. The stylish white kitchen with glass splashback and huge butler's pantry overlooks the living area with slow combustion fireplace, study nook and sleek built-in cabinetry. The master retreat boasts floor-to-ceiling windows to capture the bush outlook and morning sun, with built-in robes and a luxurious ensuite including his and hers vanities. Timber entertaining decks at the front and rear provide plenty of room for family gatherings or just to sit, unwind and breathe the fresh coastal air. This retreat, only five minutes from the pristine beaches at Bendalong and Manyana, is something special, with pockets of native bush surrounding a cleared area around the residence. The property features solar power, solar hot water with electric back-up and gas booster, biocycle septic system and 135,000 litres of rain water in cleverly positioned galvanised tanks surrounded by hedges and natives. With a double carport, plus double shed that could be used as a studio space, a lucky buyer can have it all, just three hours south of Sydney and 20 minutes from historic Milton township.
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