Expressions of Interest close Tuesday the 30th of January 2024 at 12:00pm (Unless Sold prior)
Centrally positioned on a 917 square metre (approx.) block amidst rustic native gardens at the front and a veritable horticultural oasis at the rear, this classic circa 1977 Somers beach house is idyllically located in a tranquil coastal cul-de-sac just a few minutes' walk to the beach and the General Store.
Spacious and light-filled, the solidly constructed double-brick single-level three-bedroom home has three living areas including a sunroom. With a classic floorplan designed for relaxed family living or holidaying, the front entry opens to a sunroom and then flows to the main living room, adjoining dining and kitchen with quality appliances including a freestanding Westinghouse cooker and Bosch dishwasher, and the family/second living room which opens to a delightful paved alfresco dining area. The three bedrooms, each with built-in robes are zoned together, and there is a central bathroom with a built-in tub, a separate powder room, and a laundry/utility room with external access. Additional features include two gas heaters, an air conditioner, quality carpets throughout, block-out curtains and there is a double lock-up garage, carport and off-street parking.
Nurtured for over 20 years by the horticulturist owner, the professionally designed dry-tolerant, established gardens have been carefully laid out and planted so that there is a lovely verdant outlook from every window inside the home. The borrowed landscape of towering eucalypts creates an idyllic canopy under which the three distinct themed gardens - native, Mediterranean, and organic fruit and food gardens all flourish. An abundance of produce can be harvested including stone fruit, citrus, berries, herbs and vegetables, with an irrigation system. The idyllic habitat is home to resident koalas, and native birds including kookaburras, parrots and willie wagtails are regular visitors. There is also plenty of lawn area and lovely shady nooks to relax and enjoy the garden's ambience.
On the market for the first time in two decades, this much-cherished family home was the first to be built in this peaceful coastal court, with no through traffic, just a few doors to the Nisson Court Reserve and playground, and just moments to the tennis club, and other sports and leisure amenities, plus it's an easy walk to the beach, the popular Somers General store and primary school. Due Diligence Checklist