Tri Level Home With Extensive Water Views @ North Narooma
"Manami" - Set on the high side of the road with commanding views over Wagonga Inlet to Australia Rock and the northern end of Montague Island.
Entry: The entrance hall is the centre of the home, down a few steps to the left is the master bedroom with ensuite and build in robes.
Upper Level: Two bedrooms, bathroom, timber kitchen with island bench & breakfast bar, open plan dining/lounge room with a slow combustion wood heater and extensive inlet and ocean views. The spacious covered deck looks over the landscaped gardens and gives you a bird’s eye view to Narooma as well. The view of the night lights sparkling to life across town as the sun sets is worth seeing.
Lower Level: Bedroom, bathroom, large lounge room with built in bar, sink, fridge and wine cellar. The front veranda can be accessed via the bedroom or lounge room.
Back Yard: There is a covered patio, built in barbeque, vegetable garden and several other garden beds. The bathroom is located just inside the back door which is ideal if you have been working in the garden.
Garage: The single garage has space for storage and a workshop area.
Front Garden: Level parking has been provided for two cars which makes turning around very easy. The landscaped garden features many roses and numerous bird attracting shrubs.
Location: So close A very quiet location in North Narooma with very little through traffic as the home is near the end of the road. Sort drive into Narooma shopping centre, one hour to Batemans Bay and just over half an hour to Moruya Airport. Bar Beach is only a few minutes drive away.
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