This property takes centre stage and front row at one of the most popular, patrolled surf beaches on the south coast. Uninterrupted views of Malua Bay with its sparkling blue water, golden sands and rocky headlands.
This two-level, modernised beach house has been designed to provide separation of living for larger families or guests that come to stay. For those looking for additional income, there is scope for holiday or permanent rental either as a whole or on separate levels.
Presented for the mandatory low maintenance, care-free lifestyle at the beach, ceramic floor tiles have been laid in the downstairs open plan living space and solid wooden floors adorn upstairs. Two large double bedrooms, a modern bathroom and kitchen are located on each level. All finished in fresh, neutral colors to go with the relaxed ambience.
Outside, the upper deck is tiled with terracotta squares, and protected by fully glassed, stainless steel framed screens, providing the perfect setting to take in the million-dollar view.
Down below, a generous lawned backyard and undercover patio with built-in BBQ will see you spending many a happy hour making the most of the holiday lifestyle.
A huge bonus is the stack of room at the side of the house for parking the boat or caravan on level ground.
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This beachside home in Malua Bay is only a couple of hundred metres to the shopping village with the bus stop, surf club, magnificent beach and playground directly across the road. The Malua Bay bowling club is a 700m flat stroll or two minute drive away.
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