With the whisper of the gentle breaking waves and the visual splendour of the vivid blue of Twofold Bay, the new benchmark in beachside living is now available at the brand new ‘Shore Break’ development. Home villa 7 is now complete, directly adjoining grassed coastal reserve only a long cast from the squeaky white sands and the water’s edge of one of the South Coast’s best, Aslings Beach. Unit 7 provides amazing unrestricted water views throughout and features eco friendly materials, 5 star energy rating & double glazing. Glorious light & sun filled open living (split system) with raked ceilings flowing out to a fully tiled, glass hand railed under roof balcony to totally enjoy the seaside amenity including migrating humpback whales & playful dolphins. The chefs kitchen includes custom soft close joinery, stone bench tops & high spec stainless appliances, 2 generous bedrooms (ample robe & storage space), 3 luxurious bathrooms (main bathroom, ensuite & powder room). Drive thru L/U remote garage, private yard, fully landscaped & fenced surrounds complete this outstanding choice for the lifestyle conscious. Take a swim, walk/cycle Lake Curalo & Aslings Beach boardwalk, perhaps golf or bowls at the Country Club or slip down to Eden’s famous harbour and watch the days catch unload or perhaps a refreshment or a bite to eat in the cafes or eateries. Book an inspection today- 3 already sold.
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