NORTH FACING VIEWS - AND YOU SHOULD SEE THE EDIBLE GARDEN!
If you're a gardener you will appreciate the labour of love that has gone into creating this abundant food bowl.
Planted and nurtured with a variety of produce, you won't need to go to the grocery store for your vegetable supply.
Just pick the crop in season and enjoy complete freshness, flavour and vitamins straight from the garden to your table.
There is enough variety and abundance of vegetables in this garden to sell at a small food stall, and you don't have to live on acreage out of town to enjoy the hobby.
Now for the house - No stairs and an immaculate three bedroom, two bathroom home with a renovated kitchen and ensuite, and a comfortable living room with cozy wood heater and reverse cycle air conditioner, and offering beautiful north facing water views through big corner picture windows.
The home has a lovely covered pergola off the kitchen area and a four car garage with plenty of workshop space, as well as a potting shed and two handy garden sheds.
What a bonus to have a giant concrete pad for a boat or caravan and complete access to the backyard through large double opening gates.
There's a 2.2KW solar system and three rain water tanks totalling 45,000 litres.
All this in a quiet no through road, very close to Tura shops, medical centre, the golf course and the beach.
An inspection will reveal a fabulous surprise package, so come and see for yourself.
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