Just recently completed, this high end build showcases an effortless synergy of natural light, open plan living and quality finishes. Coastal living is perfectly captured by this design as it seamlessly flows from indoor to outdoor entertaining and is just moments to Narrawallee beaches and inlet.
- High end finishes throughout this well appointed family home - 4 generous bedrooms, main with luxury en-suite and walk-in robe - Private study, ideal for a home office - Dual living areas which seamlessly flows to the outdoor entertaining area with a fire pit - State of the art gourmet kitchen with stone tops, quality appliances and island bench with breakfast bar - Walk-in pantry - Large double garage with workshop space - Side access with parking for boat or caravan - Just moments from Narrawallee beaches and inlet
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