Steeped in over 100 years of history is this rambling home located in the hub of the town centre within walking distance to absolutely everything Huskisson has to offer with the waters edge, wharf, shops, clubs and restaurants literally just around the corner. The original home has been extended over the years and now offers 5 bedrooms with all the charm of timber floors, fireplaces, high ceilings and a host of character still intact. The property has been much loved as a holiday home for many years now and the time has come to move on. Currently zoned 2B local centre, offering huge potential for commercial/residential development makes this a rare opportunity to invest in the future of Huskisson. Whether you decide to renovate/restore to live, holiday, build or develop to reap the rewards this certainly is your chance to purchase a rare slice of real estate. The potential this property offers is second to none and offers the opportunity to live the coastal life in the vibrant surrounds of Jervis Bay. Make no mistake the property will be SOLD Unless Sold Prior
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