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Property Pick - Elegance on the Hibiscus Coast

This classical farmhouse in Southbroom, Hibiscus Coast has been tastefully renovated and overlooks the ocean, the lagoon and main beach. 


5 Bedroom House for sale in Southbroom, Hibiscus Coast 

The 2.6 hectare grounds and large established gardens with swimming pool and surrounding indigenous vegetation ensure privacy and tranquillity. 

A paved driveway leads to a feature garden and front door entrance to the home. A short passage leads to the reception rooms comprising open plan L-shaped lounge with fire place, bay window and dining room. 

An enormous all weather, sea facing covered patio with shutters is off the lounge. The master bedroom also opens onto this patio. 

The character farm style kitchen with pantry, breakfast nook plus a separate scullery and laundry room is well appointed 

A private study with ample fitted cupboards and bookcase is off the entrance passage.
Sleeping quarters comprise five bedrooms, and three bathrooms. The master bedroom is sea facing and has a large bay window with conversation lounge, full en suite bathroom with bath, walk in shower, double vanity and toilet. 


The remaining four bedrooms share the other two bathrooms. The fourth bedroom has an upstairs loft. 

Off the patio and nestled in well-established gardens is large pool with an under cover 
Wet bar. 

Outbuildings consist of full staff quarters store rooms and three Garages 

Features include: 

Pets Allowed - Yes


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