Centrally located in the village hub, this Torrens Title brick villa is privately set back from the road and offers a fabulous 718m2 yard with rural views over South Pambula.
• Spacious open plan living leading out to deck and enclosed paved alfresco area • Well-appointed modern kitchen • 3 bedrooms with built-in-robes – master suite with walk-in-robe plus ensuite • Main bathroom with bath • Separate laundry with access to the backyard • Two linen cupboards providing good storage • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Separate partially enclosed level lawn area • Double garage with front and rear roller doors
Just 140 metres from the local school and 500 metres to the main street, you’re perfectly positioned to enjoy a village lifestyle. You have the option to leave the car at home and walk to cafes, shops and local amenities, take a 4km bike ride along the cycle track to the beach, or head across the bridge into Merimbula less than 10 minutes drive away.
*PLEASE NOTE: INSPECTIONS UNAVAILABLE AT THIS PROPERTY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19.
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