On offer is this rare lifestyle property with income potential. Own an original two bedroom cottage backing onto the golf course along with a three bedroom townhouse at the front of the property. There is potential to separate upstairs and downstairs to create further income.
Backing onto Mollymook's Championship Golf Course and opposite Mollymook Beach, you are in the middle of it all. Walk to local cafes and restaurants, with Bannisters Pavilion and Rick Stein at Bannisters not too far away. Catch the ideal wave in the morning, go for lunch at one of the two Bannisters, then have a round of golf in the afternoon.
The cottage comes with a single lock up garage and the double storey three bedroom apartment at the front, that can be converted into two separate units with a lock of the door. With this in mind, the apartment then becomes a self-contained single bedroom unit with ensuite below and a two bedroom fully self-contained unit above. Don't worry about strata or body corporate fees, as you will own the whole block.
With plenty of off street parking and only 5 metres to the golf course or 50m to the beach this property has so much holiday rental potential, it would be crazy not to inspect. This property comes fully furnished.
* Two separate dwellings with potential 3x Units on one title * Both Mollymook Beach and Golf Course on your doorstep * Short drive to historic Milton and Ulladulla's shopping district * Live in one, rent out two or holiday let all three
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