Block size: 1112 m² approx.House size: 168 m² approx.
Narrawallee Reserve Location
Expansive family home, situated on a large 1112m2 near level block - located in a secluded cul de sac, backing onto prime bush reserve. Enjoy direct access to a nature walking track, offering an abundance of native birds and wildlife. Under 8 minutes walk to North End Narrawallee Beach and Inlet, offering a pristine coastline for the water lover and adventurer.
Enter through a formal lounge sitting room with bar. Then proceed into the open plan kitchen, living and dining area with a vaulted timber ceiling, breakfast bench and slow combustion fire.
Three generous bedrooms with spacious BIRs and TV points, all privately located at rear of home. Master suite with WIR, ensuite, double shower and access to the garden and pool.
Centrally located courtyard, capturing the sunny northern aspect. Sprawling grass lawn leading down to the inground pool, with reserve backdrop, both private and serene. Separate Poolside Games Room - with potential to convert into Self Contained Accomodation. Has existing shower/bathroom with 2nd laundry and extra storage... ...perfect for guests or holiday accomodation.
- Large 1112sqm block - Reserve location - 2 living areas - Slow combustion fire place - Gas points in both living areas - Laundry room with storage - Double garage with internal access - Separate Games Room/Guest Accommodation 58m2
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