Set in the highly sought after ‘Oasis’ complex, this villa is in the heart of the Pambula village, and no steps! Within the landscaped common grounds, there is visitor parking and a summer pergola with electric BBQ – perfect for get-togethers and visitors.
• Tasteful, spacious and modern 2-bedroom villa designed to cater for over 55s • Open plan living that opens to sunny, private front and rear courtyards • Reverse cycle air-conditioning plus ceiling fan, well designed kitchen with pantry and plenty of big drawers • Built-in-robes in the two queen-sized bedrooms • 2nd toilet in laundry • Lockup garage with internal access and remote-control door
On the fringes of the village centre, this villa is both private and peaceful whilst also being just a short, level stroll to shops, cafes and town services.
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