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74 Lookout Road, Parapara

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Rarely does a property offering level of privacy, views and opportunity come to market. Location is everything and views of this quality, from a private elevated site do not come along often. Enter up a private bush clad driveway to this sanctuary on Lookout Point hill overlooking the exclusive seaside village of Parapara, known for its outstanding beach, sunshine and community.

The 10,930 square metre section (1.0930 hectares) is covered in manuka, kanuka, ferns and bush, creating a sanctuary feel with the magnificent Wakamarama mountain range as backdrop. To the north and west are sweeping views up the coast to Farewell Spit and this elevated home secures all more than its fair share of sunshine.

The home offers a number of configurations to accommodate your lifestyle. Three very big bedrooms feature with the master elevated with ensuite and opening to a wrap around deck and stunning views. All rooms have external access through sliding doors and the large fully enclosed conservatory is a heat trap all through the year. Often buyers ask for any property that they can add value to. Well this could be it. There are significant add value opportunities with this home and anyone who feels they bring a designers flare and a renovators skill set, will love the many options available to them. Although comfortable, warm and very liveable, the layout is unique. A creative approach to the existing layout would reap significant rewards in lifestyle and equity.

The large three bay garage and workshop is ideal for the boat or family toys. There is a chicken coop and plenty of room to extend the current vegetable garden and citrus. Location is exceptional and the surround community and lifestyle options are outstanding.

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74 Lookout Road, Parapara

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