This stunning three-bedroom home was architecturally designed in the 1960s and offers timeless retro appeal with stunning elevated northeast views towards Stockton and Nobbys Beach. The free-flowing split-level floor plan encompasses separate living and dining rooms plus two distinctive internal courtyards, and you’ll love this elevated bushland setting in a quiet cul-de-sac that’s just moments to schools, public transport and Westfield Kotara.
— Polished cypress pine floor to living room that opens to the front patio and an internal courtyard.
— Separate tiled dining room with immaculate updated kitchen with induction cooktop and wall oven.
— Three over-sized bedrooms at rear, two with built-in robes, ensuite to king-sized master bedroom.
— Original main bathroom with bath, shower and separate toilet is ripe for a modern renovation.
— Well-equipped internal laundry off kitchen with outdoor access into a second covered courtyard.
— Generous fenced backyard with garden shed, a stunning elevated bushland outlook at rear.
— Central hallway opens into the second courtyard that connects to the tandem carport at side
Enter into the dedicated reception foyer that steps up into the light-filled main lounge that features polished cypress pine flooring and opens onto the covered front patio with spectacular views over Port Stephens.
The lounge room also flows into a private internal courtyard for seamless alfresco living, and there is an updated modern kitchen off the separate tiled dining area. You will notice the maticulous design of the window placement capturing the spectacular views while providing the home with plenty of natural light and air flow.
A central hallway off the entry foyer opens into a second covered courtyard and connects to the three over-sized bedrooms located at the rear of the home.
For further information or to book a private inspection please contact our office on 49692600.
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