10 Prince Edward Avenue, Culburra Beach

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Boasting character and charm this beautiful family home enjoys a fantastic position, just 250 metres from the stunning shores of Culburra Beach. Immaculately cared for inside and out, this home is ready to move into.

A beautiful street frontage with picket fence and landscaped gardens promises of things to come.

A lovely wide hallway welcomes you into the home and adjoins a large living room with reverse cycle air conditioning, two large bedrooms and a generous powder room. The hallway continues through the home and leads to a large open plan dining room and kitchen.

Recently renovated, the modern kitchen is fitted with a large island bench, gas cook top, stainless steel wall oven and also boasts ample cupboard space.

The rear of the home is where you’ll find a further two bedrooms and the spacious main bathroom complete with luxurious corner spa bath.

There are multiple areas to entertain within the property, with a large covered entertaining area adjoining the dining room and a second decking area at the rear of the property, overlooking the private yard.

The low maintenance east facing back yard is low maintenance, very leafy and enjoys colorbond fencing on all three sides.

Vehicle and boat accommodation is catered for with a double garage and carport.

The home has a large list of extras, including timber flooring, insulted ceiling and walls, solar hot water and electricity, rose gardens and garden sheds.

Spacious family homes this close to the water don’t come by often - contact KellieSprowles at Culburra First National to arrange an inspection on 02 4447 3600.


ID# 11646100927

Land Area 700 sqm

Open for Inspection

Sat 17 Nov, 12:00pm - 12:30pm

Kellie Sprowles

Kellie Sprowles

Maddison Sprowles

Maddison Sprowles

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