Lot 2/50A Burton Road Eleebana

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A Lifestyle Retreat of Rare Distinction (Ducks Crossing - 1.97 Acres)

Privately accessed, located opposite Crown Land, enjoying a lagoon-style pool and with plenty of space to run a small hobby farm, this family homestead has it all. Impressively sized and hugely versatile interiors showcase grand open living spaces, four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an alfresco area that's perfect for large scale entertaining. Also delivering enormous potential to transform the home into a medical/service Centre due to its proximity to Eleebana Shores and plentiful parking options, this is a rare offering that promises an incredible lifestyle opportunity minutes from the picturesque shore of Lake Macquarie.

* Sprawling single level homestead on beautiful grounds with circular driveway.
* Superb entertaining credentials with a huge alfresco zone including an inground pool and 8 person spa.
* Enormous island kitchen with dishwasher and adjoining butlers kitchen.
* Open plan living featuring a wood burning fireplace for winter warmth.
* Four well appointed bedrooms anchored by a spacious family bathroom.
* Master ensuite; built/walk-in robes; split system air conditioning; ceiling fans.
* A triple garage plus huge freestanding shed provide secure off street parking.
* Zoned for well respected Eleebana Public and Warners Bay High Schools.
* Great family retreat or top base for a business to service Eleebana Shores.

Council Rates: $2,329 PA approx
Water Rates: $623 + Usage PA approx
Rental Potential: $780 - $820 PW approx

Property Features

  • Council Rates : $2329 per year
  • Water Rates : $623 per year
  • Land Size : 7996.00 m2
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Property ID: 3421147

John Kerr

John Kerr

0423 375 591

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Contact Office

Dalton Partners

72 Glebe Road, PO Box 20

The Junction 2291

T 02 4969 3500

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