Stunning water views are laid on from this big value 4 bedroom home, elevated and nestled in a quiet no-thru street with public reserve just a heartbeat away (50m) or head down to the squeaky white sands and shore break of famous Tura Beach (500m), or perhaps a coffee & paper at the local shopping centre. Beautifully maintained throughout, the quality home features living and formal dining out to under roof patio to enjoy the expansive water views and sweet sea breezes. Well equipped timber kitchen adjoining family/dining adjacent to tiled & covered alfresco/BBQ area, all bedrooms (BIRs), master suite with walk through robes & ensuite and when it comes to garaging, the space is extraordinary, 4cars + in size, through to huge rumpus/utility area. Fully fenced and established surrounds complete this outstanding package. Surf the wave at Tura – Ready & available for immediate inspections.
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