This three bedroom cottage is perched high on the hill overlooking beautiful Burrill Lake. Wake up to views through the treetops of the turquoise channel and beyond to the sea, and watch the sunset over the escarpment from the back deck. Set over three levels, this home is quaint with loads of potential. Raked timber ceilings, exposed beams and quirky angles add to the appeal. In a lovely natural bush setting, each room takes in spectacular views. Open plan living areas, sunroom and the master bedroom open onto a large timber deck, while upstairs, a parents retreat also captures impressive views from inside and a balcony. The lower level consists of a large bunk room or self contained guest accommodation with kitchenette and covered garden barbecue area. Stroll down the garden path through lovely ferns and spectacular natural rock formations. The front timber deck is sunny and welcoming, providing pleasing street appeal. A single garage and extra storage makes this home ideal for a first home buyer or chic coastal weekender. The property features reverse cycle air conditioning, gas heating and ceiling fans. This is a highly sought after, quiet location close to the lake and beach, and just five minutes to Ulladulla shopping centre.
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