Located just 3 streets from the shores of Jervis Bay, this is a fabulous opportunity to enter the property market in an outstanding location. This home has been Immaculately maintained and is move in ready but also offers a fabulous blank canvas to add your own flare too. The property features 3 good size bedrooms 2 with built in robes, a great functional kitchen with loads of cupboard space, separate living & dining, bathroom with separate toilet plus the added bonus of a second shower and toilet connected to the huge double garage. Built strong, this light filled home could be easily transformed with a quick coat of paint and some new floor coverings, it's good bones present opportunity for a full renovation or simply leave it as it is and enjoy the retro charm already on offer. Moving outside you will find the huge double garage, workshop, laundry and second shower & toilet. With this space being so large it would make the ideal granny flat (STCA), man cave or teenage retreat and still have ample storage left for the boat or car. The back yard is easy care and low maintenance perfect for rental or holiday home, very popular area for holiday rentals with our bush walks, native animals and so many water sports available just minutes from your front door
This is an opportunity not to be missed! To arrange a private inspection or for more information please call Cassandra Preston on 0406 369 294 or 4446 6800.
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