Situated on a large, level block of land, close to Mollymook Beach, this older style home is immaculate with good bones and is the ideal family home or coastal renovator. Tucked away in a quiet, leafy street and surrounded by quality homes, the three bedroom brick and tile residence retains some period features. Two living areas make the most of the stunning garden views, while the kitchen features a walk-in pantry and opens onto a covered patio and sunny alfresco deck overlooking the large fenced backyard and beyond to the beach. The artist in the family will love the bright studio at rear, also ideal to accommodate extra guests or as a study or office. Established gardens surround the home, including a magnificent deciduous liquid amber tree which is an eye-catching feature in the front yard and, as it faces west, provides enormous shade in summer. A single garage with workshop provides room for the surfboards and gardening equipment, with loads of storage space in the laundry as well. The elevated position enjoys the sea breeze and a second storey addition would capture sweeping views of Mollymook Beach and Bannister Headland. Take advantage of everything Mollymook has to offer, with an easy five minute walk to the beach, shops and restaurants and the popular Mollymook Beach Bowling Club. NOTE: Owner would prefer a slightly longer settlement, June 2020..
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