This magnificent property is just what you could be looking for in beautiful Coffin Bay; not in the residential part of town, more so amongst nature, with mature trees at your eye level from the house. Lovely natural paths wind and soothe your mind as you wander amongst the natural vegetation and surrounds. Offering an extremely well maintained home, with nice northerly views and also into the bay, it is built on just over 5000m2 lot of Rural living and is well set up for retirement living. Resident kangaroos lay about, eat the odd weed that may come up, and even welcome you home after a day's fishing. The land slopes down to meet the Coffin Bay Oyster walk and it's just a short stroll to the sea.
The home is surrounded by lovely mature Tea Trees and they welcome you as you drive past the sheds to the home. A short flight of stairs opens to an enclosed back porch which sets the scene for a unique home, with lovely timber doors and windows. Entering the open living you get to appreciate the ambience of a home well designed and built. Dining, lounge and kitchen flow together to create a huge entertaining area, serviced by a spacious, well appointed kitchen. Winter nights will be cosy, with warmth from the large slow combustion heater, and the protected front deck or beautiful sun room are perfect places to escape the cold conditions. Two bathrooms service both the main bedroom and huge second bedroom and all 3 bedrooms have their own reverse cycle split system air conditioners. Cool! Apart from plenty of rainwater storage, plumbed to the home, a 3 kw solar system and fenced veggie garden, the shedding is generous, and ideal for a large boat and caravan. The shed also boasts easy access, a work area with an outdoor coffee area attached.Like I said, "it is has a lot to offer".
Located on Grimm Road, properties in this area are sought after by astute buyers who are looking for space, serenity and appreciate the natural beauty of Coffin Bay. Not only that, it is just a pleasant stroll to the golf course, shops, a leisurely walk along the foreshore, or a meal at the restaurant.
Truly a unique property, give Mike a call on 0428 854 020 to organise an inspection, get an indication of a price range and appreciate how good this one is.
Features include: Air conditioning, Secure Parking, Rainwater storage tank, Solar panels, Built-In Wardrobes, Garden, Shed - 2.8m clearance and 9x6m lean-to
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