Block size: 2.02 Hectares approx.House size: 160 m² approx.
Country Lifestyle Coastal Location
Located approximately just over 2 hours from Sydney and Canberra in Wandandian this designer family home offers a tranquil Country Lifestyle on the Coast. Crafted from sandstone and double brick, the residence is highlighted with natural timbers on the floors and stunning cathedral ceilings. Six generous bedrooms all with built in robes, the master bedroom with ensuite and Dressing room/Parents retreat, multiple living areas with open plan kitchen dining and family room. Timber kitchen with breakfast bar, dual ovens and ceramic induction cook top and walk in pantry. A slow combustion wood heater for those cooler nights. Outside offer a bullnose veranda overlooking the inground 10 meter salt water pool and landscaped gardens. A cabana and Sauna to enjoy and soak away any aches and pains. A Huge 20m x12m Shed for all the toys and workshop equipment along with two carports. Town and tank water with a 5.5KVA Solar electricity system. Fully fenced, very private and with electronic entry gates and plenty of bushland to explore at the rear of the property. A chicken coop and secure yard for your children and animals to explore and enjoy. Minutes to the pristine waters of Jervis Bay this property ticks all the boxes. Inspections are strictly by appointment with the Agent.
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