Surprise! Tucked away on Berrambool Drive you’ll discover an unexpected gem! Set on a battle axe block, 63 Berrambool Dr offers surprising views, including an ocean vista with Mt Imlay standing guard, as well as gorgeous natural bushland bordering the back yard. Perfectly maintained and presented, with nothing to do but move in, this home will not only surprise you – it’s also sure to impress!
Cathedral ceilings, large windows and contemporary concrete-style floor tiles create a light and spacious feeling throughout the expansive open plan kitchen and living area. Those surprising views seem to come into the room and immediately you feel that sense of nature’s natural beauty within the home. The kitchen is an entertainer’s delight. It’s stylishly presented and includes a large island bench and plenty of storage. It’s easy to imagine friends and family enjoying this space: the wood fire blazing while watching footy in the winter or – in the summer months - indulging in a long seafood lunch with the refreshing nor’-easter breezing by. A large back deck adjoins the living space and wraps around the property. Overlooking beautiful bushland, the deck offers further space for entertaining, enjoying a quiet drink or working on your afternoon nap!
Stepping away from that spacious, open plan living area you discover a room that’s both inviting and brimming with potential. It’s large enough to be a sitting room but could also become your home office, parents’ retreat, creative space, or perhaps… baby’s nursery?
The master bedroom boasts a well-appointed walk through ensuite with dual basins and floor to wall tiling. These features combined with a unique shower recess, including dual waterfall shower heads, give the ensuite a sense of luxury and class. The master bedroom is spacious and inviting. It includes access to the deck and side yard. A reverse cycle air conditioner ensures comfort throughout the seasons. A generous walk-through wardrobe completes the parents’ suite.
The two additional bedrooms are light and airy, both with built-in robes and rustic timber flooring. The main bathroom includes a large spa bath. A tidy laundry with lots of storage completes this impressive home… but wait, there’s more…
Beneath the home there’s a fully self-contained studio apartment complete with kitchen and bathroom. Think: house guests, Air BnB, renting, teenager’s retreat, “mother-in-law’s cave” or space for Nan and Pop!
And just when you think 63 Berrambool Drive couldn’t surprise you any more, there’s an extended single car garage that’s currently outfitted as a man-cave, complete with bar! Leading out from this is a thoughtfully planned, tiered back yard that’s also a natural entertaining area. Marshmallows at the fire pit, wine, deck chairs… and the scene is set!
63 Berrambool Drive is a surprise package that is guaranteed to impress!
Other surprises: * Fully enclosed side yard * Reverse cycle air con in both main living area and master bedroom * Excellent cross-flow ventilation * Beautifully maintained and impeccably presented * Man-cave could easily become a garage, rumpus room, workshop or entertaining space * Level living * Established gardens with scope to ‘add your own stamp’ * Extra storage under the house
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