A luxurious, architectural home offering uncompromised attention to detail and quality workmanship throughout. This Federation style home is set over three levels and is a home of grand proportions with a seamless flow through formal and casual living areas on the ground floor to the restful bedrooms with views on the other floors.
On entering this stately home your attention is drawn immediately to the magnificent cedar staircase that takes centre stage and the richness of the woodwork throughout. The entrance opens to a spacious formal lounge room featuring a wood burning fire as well as air conditioning with a cosy sunroom off this area. Large windows in these areas give views across Broulee Bay. Then wrap around to the family room, formal dining and the galley kitchen which has high end quality fittings and fixtures. Also on the ground level is a large laundry with separate toilet, shower and an outdoor storage area. Single garage also has internal access through the laundry to the kitchen.
The grand internal staircase links the first floor, here we have 4 bedrooms the main with a walk-in robe. Also the main bathroom which has a separate toilet and washroom. Go up another level to the large loft/study or rumpus room with its magnificent view across to Broulee Island.
Well established gardens are all terraced at the back and front and well maintained with a paved driveway.
This stately home is set on one of the highest blocks in Mossy Point with commanding views over North Broulee Beach, Candlagan Creek and nearby mountain ranges. Set in attractive bushland, it is conveniently located midway between Batemans Bay and Moruya. A short walk to local beaches for swimming and kayaking on the Tomago River are just a few of the advantages of this great beachside location.
It's the exquisite craftsmanship which will draw you to this home, the warmth you will feel on entering and the quality cabinetry you can't go past.
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