Taking advantage of the northerly aspect and the stunning views down the Bega River this home has been built to impress.
Set on 1.7Ha (4.2 acres) the house has been designed to be a private oasis capturing the spectacular views. The house itself and the area around the house is level and easily accessible. A lot of work has gone into making what was originally a steep block into something that is very accessible and usable whilst maintaining the wonderful views.
The home is only five of years old and you'll get the benefits of the thoughtfully planned gardens that are now well established. You will be amazed at the volume of native plants that have been incorporated into the garden and the easy maintenance that results from such a calculated design.
Discerning buyers will notice the quality of the fixtures and fittings; the less detail focused of us will still be drawn to the lovely polished wood floors and the way the view down the river is captured from the living areas and master bedroom.
The layout of the home provides bedroom wings at each end of the house with a central open planning kitchen, dining and lounge room. A 2nd living area extends off the lounge room to provide a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the main living space, it can be closed off via sliding doors for extra privacy.
With two alfresco areas there is plenty of opportunity to entertain outside in comfort, nestled in the privacy the garden provides.
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