This gorgeous home will give you the best of all worlds – peace and serenity surrounded by bushland yet low maintenance – and all within 30 minutes of Yamba and Iluka’s pristine beaches.
This 5 year old home has been perfectly designed to take full advantage of our climate and lifestyle with spacious living space with a kitchen designed for whipping up gourmet delights with gas cooktop and large pantry.
There’s 3 bedrooms – the generous main with large ensuite, walk in robe and glass sliding doors allowing access to the gardens, separate home office/study, stylish main bathroom and a screened outdoor room that runs the full width of the home providing the perfect additional living space – with high ceilings throughout the home, full ceiling and wall insulation, solar power & hot water and a slow combustion fire completing the finer details and creature comforts of this lovely home.
The outdoor areas of this home are just as impressive with a dog proof fully fenced easy care 2.5 acre yard, single width garage with additional shed/gym room plus a carport, garden shed, stunning native gardens, established fruit trees, vegetable patch, 2 water tanks totalling 85,000 litres and timber pathways – and there’s the potential to further fence into the surrounding bush acres should you so require.
This property is the perfect oasis tucked away from the mayhem with all creature comforts accounted for – this is one you’ll easily and proudly call home.
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- Built in Robes
- Fire Place
- Hot Water Solar
- Fully Fenced
- Outdoor Entertainment
- Secure Parking
- Solar Panels
- Water Tank
- Ceiling Fans
- Screened Outdoor Room
- Fully equipped gym
- John Deere ride-on mower
- Stihl chainsaw & brushcutter
- NBN satellite dish
- 2 x Water tanks + 1 Aquaculture Tank
- established fruit trees & gardens
- Timber pathways