Open Times

Saturday, 28 Apr 2018: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sunday, 29 Apr 2018: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Type: Residential Sale
Price: $510,000
Property Type: Townhouse
Floor Area: 219 m2
Garages: 1
  • 3 hotel
  • 1.5 hot_tub
  • 1 directions_car

Townhouse 100 metres from beach, cafes and restaurants

Sit on the spacious balcony with a glass of wine and watch the sun set over the ocean and the park, a view that can never be built out. Finding a property occupying such a prime position opposite a park and the ocean in arguably one of the best streets in Christies Beach is certainly a rare find.
This is a quality built home built in 2008 on a 216 square metre block.
Upon entering the home you will find a spacious lounge area leading to the kitchen/dining room. The kitchen has plenty of storage and the dining area is large.The kitchen is modern easy to use with gas cooktop and dishwasher. Off of the kitchen is the laundry and large toilet with full vanity unit.
Exiting the back door you find yourself under the extensive open pergola with down lights and fan. A beautiful fountain wall mosaic on the back fence sets off the yard and the natives finish it off nicely.
Upstairs are 3 extra large bedrooms each with built in robes. The main has a large shuttered window overlooking Rotary Park to the beach and ocean. Lie in bed and listen to the waves break.
The bedrooms open onto a second lounge area which itself opens onto the substantial balcony with bifold doors. The open air views are outstanding.
There are Quality Classic Italian granite tiles to downstairs area and wooden panel floors upstairs.
The house has a 4.2 kW solar system which is "battery ready."
The property is situated less than 100 metres from Beach Rd, it's cafes and restaurants and the beach. Throw your towel over your shoulder and walk down for a swim. Stop for a coffee on your way back.

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