6 Kongoola is a beautifully presented family home. The home has recently undergone some nice renovations, with Bamboo flooring, new blinds, fresh paint and rendering to name a few. It has large windows and a Northerly aspect so the home is filled with natural light. The home features 4 generous bedrooms, all with built in robes and ceiling fans. 2 Bedrooms have air-conditioners. Bedroom 1 is downstairs with 4 built in robes and an ensuite. Also downstairs there is a huge rumpus room with air-conditioning. The main bathroom is 3 way and located adjacent to the upstairs bedrooms. The formal lounge and dining is light and bright with a sliding door to the front verandah. The kitchen is the hub of the home and will be a pleasure to cook in, with good quality appliances. With a second casual dining area complete with air-conditioning that leads out to the covered entertaining area. This will fit the whole family for Christmas lunch in between swims. The 1046m2 block still has room for a yard as well as the in ground pool. With a tandem garage and 2 driveways there is plenty of parking. Located in beautiful Cambewarra Village, 10 mins to Nowra. For an inspection call Linda Edwards 0403 437 266.
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