Home and income package


48 Coventry Way, Long Bay

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Home and income package


Customised to absorb the sea-views while fusing seamlessly into its relaxed hillside location, this very private, one-of-kind home blends high-performance living and entertaining with legal home and income. Perfect for growing families, with a separate apartment for tenants or grandparents.

Attention to detail is evident everywhere, with door handles that evoke rolling waves, walls that reflect wet and dry sand, along with many other special features.

The designer kitchen and living rooms all lead to an extensive deck where you can enjoy the beautiful sea views while entertaining and enjoy outdoor living.

Comprising of four bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs (including a teenage wing which allows great separation), open-plan living on the ground floor with multiple options in styling to maximise your living requirements. A consented self-contained one bedroom flat with independent entrance, outdoor patio and carparking lends well to extended family living or those seeking extra income to help with the mortgage. The current long-term tenant paying $375 per week.

The extra-large section is a wonderland and perfect for growing families. The 939m² (more or less) site provides plenty of room for the kids to explore. Options are endless on this site; dig in a trampoline and still have plenty of room to add a pool. There is a plethora of established fruit trees including apple, peach, plum, pear and a range of citrus (just to name a few) and a large vegetable garden for all the family to enjoy.

Walking distance to Long Bay Beach and Reserve, easy access to motorways and amenities with zoning for Long Bay Primary and College.

A breath-taking home in a location that you will never want to leave - call Analia or Titus for viewing details.

48 Coventry Way, Long Bay

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Titus Lu

Long Bay

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