Nestled up against stunning Murramarang National Park sits this beautiful and spacious five-bedroom brick home built with a quiet and peaceful lifestyle for the family or retiree in mind. This is your opportunity to get away from the crowds but still be close enough to the convenience of local schools, shops, and all the major facilities a growing coastal hub like Batemans Bay has to offer.
Well set out on a neatly landscaped block in sought after Maloneys Beach, 79 Maloneys Drive is the complete family home featuring a master bedroom with ensuite and WIR, four generous bedrooms with two enjoying BIR's, a large well-equipped kitchen with adjoining dining room and large sunlit family room.
The full-sized bathroom features a separate shower and large corner tub while the cleverly designed two-way laundry can be accessed from the large lock up double garage as well as from the rear of the house.
The backyard is an easy-care delight for both the hobby gardener and entertainer featuring an undercover alfresco area, neat green lawn and raised vegetable garden. The equally low maintenance front yard is fully landscaped and neat as a pin - just don't forget to wave to the local wildlife while you mow the lawns!
79 Maloneys Drive represents remarkable value for a well presented home of this size and just a flat 500m walk to the prestigious sands of Maloneys Beach. To find out how you can start living the relaxed coastal lifestyle you've always wanted contact Kate Quinlivan on 0413 934 745.
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