The birds are singing at 76 Sapphire Crescent. Bell birds chime, while magpies warble. In the distance, cockatoos cheer and a lone kookaburra gives a hearty laugh. It seems all of them are singing the same song: this is a beautiful place to live! Certainly, they’re beckoning you to take a look at the unexpected delights found at 76 Sapphire Crescent.
Stepping onto the deck of this family home, you quickly realise that this is where so much of your time will be spent. It’s a sun drenched space that wraps almost entirely around the home with a large area for entertaining. Beautiful native bushland stands at the rear of the property, creating an ambience and tranquillity rarely found in town. There are glimpses of the ocean – just a reminder that you live by the sea and perfect for checking the surf conditions! Morning coffee in the sunshine, barefoot lazy lunches with warm timber beneath your feet, quiet evening barbeques as the birds fly home to nest… this deck will be the place where memories are made.
Inside, the home offers the perfect setting for a family to relax and enjoy the beautiful lifestyle Merimbula offers. The living and dining areas are comfortable and inviting – recently carpeted and freshly painted with large windows bringing the outdoor ambience into the home along with plenty of natural light and beauty. Stylish roller blinds offer contemporary screening for the evenings and an “Arrow” wood heater is just waiting for those cooler winter months.
The kitchen adjoins the dining area and is spacious with plenty of storage and bench space including a breakfast bar. A little bit retro with cork-tile flooring and timber panelling, this kitchen remains functional and practical. You might consider putting your own stamp on the place with a kitchen reno although the current design still has plenty of life in it!
The entire home has been freshly painted throughout and boasts new carpets, just adding to the sense that this home is waiting for its new family to arrive! Three bedrooms are found upstairs, each with built in robes, ceiling fans, natural light and lovely bushland views. The master bed has an adjoining en suite – recently renovated to include all the mod-cons and creature comforts. Two other bathrooms – one upstairs and one down – have also been renovated and boast stylish fixtures and contemporary features. (Your very own freestanding bathtub awaits!)
Downstairs there’s a large living area that leads out to the patio and yard. With hardy floating timber floors, ample storage and a generous sense of space this is the perfect rumpus room for the kids. Sleepovers and birthday parties are sorted! There’s also an additional bedroom downstairs along with a spacious laundry. Storage is dotted throughout the home with linen cupboards to be found upstairs and down as well as additional space under the stairs and in the second bathroom!
The yard has been well cleared and maintained. The gardens are well established and low maintenance although there’s plenty of scope for those with green thumbs! The carport has room for the car and the boat with still more space for the kayaks and rods and surfboards!
Inspect 76 Sapphire Crescent and be pleasantly surprised. Remember to listen for those birds calling: This is a beautiful place to live!
Other surprising delights… * Set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac * Solid brick * Outstanding natural light in main living areas * Recently renovated bathrooms * New carpets * Freshly painted * Ambient bird song, refreshing breezes and calming tranquility (free - with property purchase!)
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