Close to Mollymook's championship Hilltop Golf Course, this superb residence is of the highest quality throughout, with stunning gardens and clever landscaping ensuring privacy from surrounding homes. A large hard stand is great for storing the caravan, camper or boat. Expansive open plan living areas feature Italian floor tiles, high ceilings and plantations shutters, with perfectly placed picture windows framing ever-changing ornamental trees including cherry blossoms and crab apples. A gleaming white kitchen with Caesartone benchtops, glass splashback, butler's pantry and SMEG appliances flows seamlessly into the living area, with 2.4 metre high triple sliders opening onto the alfresco entertaining area. A separate media room with coffered ceiling, an office with doors leading to the front deck, plus an extra casual living area opening onto the garden provides loads of space for hobbies, activities for the kids to enjoy. All this, plus four bedrooms, master with triple sliders opening onto the entertain area and garden, twin walk-in robes and large ensuite with double vanity. The family bathroom has a large tub overlooking the garden and a stone-top vanity. A huge laundry offers extra storage. This exquisite home is fully insulated with gas heating and ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning over three zones, plus surround sound system across three zones. Make the most of the beautiful leafy outlook and relax with family and friends in the large undercover alfresco entertaining area, complete with timber sundeck, ceiling fans and sound system. Sitting on a large 823 square metre elevated corner block, the home will impress the most fastidious of buyers and is ideal for retirees who enjoy a round of golf, or love to travel, with a double garage plus a 10x3.6 metre parking area for a large boat or caravan. It's just five minutes to Mollymook Beach, historic Milton village and Ulladulla CBD.
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