Perfectly positioned in walking distance to both North and South Broulee beaches is this big, bright and beautiful double-storey family home on Elizabeth Drive. Close to shops, schools and cafes, this well-maintained home enjoys all the perks of one of the South Coast's most sought after locations.
The ground floor comprises a master bedroom with walk-in robe, plus two generous bedrooms with built-in robes, a bright and open family room with direct access to the large and level grassed backyard. A combined laundry/shower, separate toilet and second lounge complete a private and well-designed zone.
The first floor features a modern kitchen, large family bathroom with a claw-foot tub while the large open plan living/dining with gorgeous stacked-stone fireplace opens on to spacious and covered alfresco entertaining area with wrap-around balcony.
Family homes of this calibre in Broulee are being snapped up and with so much to offer in a wonderfully central location, 96 Elizabeth Drive is sure to be no exception.
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