Lots 601 - 610 Como Avenue (Stage 12 Now Released)
Price Guide $289,000 - $305,000
Lots 601 - 610 Como Avenue (Stage 12 Now Released),Burrill LakeNSW2539
STAGE 12 NOW SELLING
SEA CHANGE MEETS TREE CHANGE
The Lakes Estate is a newly sought after coastal land development in Burrill Lake, the heart of the beautiful South Coast. Burrill Lake is one of the most idyllic locations along the NSW South Coast with crystal clear water in the thriving lake System, expansive pristine beaches it is home to an array of land and sea based nature and wildlife. It is all happening in Burrill Lake and Dolphin Point! With the new bridge now complete, along with roundabouts at either side, pedestrian and cycle paths both sides connecting to new paths linking to Ulladulla, pedestrian paths underneath both ends of the bridge and a new fishing platform on the lake's southern foreshore, Burrill Lake is the 'place to be'.
If you heave dreamed of venturing away from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoying a relaxed beach-side lifestyle, your coastal address awaits you. Enjoy swimming, surfing, snorkelling, fishing, paddle boarding or simply just relaxing and taking in the fresh, clean salty air.
Be a part of the new and exciting Lakes Estate in Burrill Lake! Limited blocks available, so get in quick before it is all sold out.
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME BY THE SEA - Contact Christie Cooper on 0427 553 922 or Kevin Cooper on 0427 553 923.
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