Who wouldn't want country living with only an 8 minute drive to Nowra CBD? This large four bedroom family home is set on over 3 acres of flat land and is finished with 9ft ceilings throughout.
A welcoming feel with a separate lounge room at the front of the home and open plan living to the rear featuring solid Tasmanian Oak timber kitchen with island and gas cooking. The bedrooms are fitted with ceiling fan's and built in robes to three rooms, walk in robe and ensuite to Master.
Features also include verandah's for those hot summer days and enclosed entertainment space for year round enjoyment off the family room. Huge 10x7 garaging with bathroom and carport attached. If you like the sound of generous living spaces this property has to offer both internally and externally this property is certainly one you must inspect.
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