Step inside and fall In love with this immaculately presented family home ideally situated in the Jervis Bay coastal village of Callala Bay. With a lovely street appeal this stylish home offers something for everybody.
Inside you will be surprised by the size of the home as you open the front door, it just continues on with a combination of both formal and informal living areas and a selection of indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces.
The as-new galley style kitchen is the centre of the home with ample storage and bench space as well as a breakfast bar and all the expected appliances
To the front of the home are the formal living spaces and to the rear of the home is the family dining room opening onto the back yard and covered entertaining area through sliding doors making entertaining a breeze.
All bedrooms have built in robes and the huge main bedroom offers a private ensuite along with the large walk in robe
This fabulous home is set on an impressive 750 square meter fully fenced corner block. The block not only offers fantastic access to the side to park the boat or caravan but also the added convenience of a large double garage.
Conveniently located within easy walking distance of the shopping centre, school and Bay, this quality home is sure to attract lots of interest in the current market place.
For more information or to arrange a time to inspect please call Cassandra Preston at Property One Realty Callala Bay on 0406 369 294 or 4446 6800
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