One of the last remaining Narooma cottages, this little beauty is in a prime position and looking for a new owner. Features include a large main bedroom with built in robes plus 2 large sleepouts, all with hardwood floors in very good condition. There is also a spacious sunroom with extensive windows looking out to the Wagonga Inlet so you can check the tide before you wander across the road for a fish or a kayak. The loungeroom has a combustion wood heater and stained glass light fittings as well as servery hatch through to the eat in kitchen, which is in original mid century condition. On a level 676 sqm block in a very popular location "on the flat", you're within easy walking distance to the Library, Community Health Centre, Skate Park, Ice-creamery, Cafés, restaurants and supermarket. Everything you need is at your fingertips. Could this be the "Narooma Classic" you've been waiting for?
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