Imagine being only a few minutes walk to the beach and Tuross Lake.
Opposite Eva Mylott Reserve in Jutland Avenue, this 1940's three bedroom home on 1189sqm block still retains some of the characteristics and charm of yesteryear. Polished timber floors throughout the kitchen, halls and living areas add to the warmth and coastal ambience of the home.
Much like homes of this era the front covered deck features brickwork and painted concrete floors and the northerly aspect captures the summer breezes.
Located at the side of the property is a 21.7 sqm platform timber deck which is perfect for entertaining. At the rear of the property is another covered patio for more outdoor living.
The home consists of three large double bedrooms with the main bedroom complete with en-suite.
The family room and living area are separated by a wide hallway and adding to the charm, a working fireplace in the living area can be enjoyed in the cooler months.
The kitchen overlooks the side platform deck and is generously sized to incorporate a casual meals area. The non-functioning fireplace and mantlepiece in the kitchen now serve as a charming feature. A more formal dining area off the kitchen also has direct access to the outdoor timber deck for indoor/outdoor entertaining or could be utilised as a sunroom.
Carports and a single lock-up garage at the rear of the property offer storage for boats, trailers, personal water craft and vehicles.
Guest accommodation at the rear of the property is basic yet functional.
This property functions as an original coastal holiday home. However, like other properties in this beautiful tree-lined avenue there is scope to beautify and transform this house into a home for generations to enjoy.
The House at 41 Jutland Avenue TUROSS HEAD, NSW 2537 has been sold 2 times before, with the most recent sale being for $423,000 on 27 January 2017.
41 Jutland Avenue is located within the suburb of Tuross Head, which has a population of 2,241, a median age of 59 and an average household density of 2 people.