There is a rare opportunity for a seachange, a coastal lifestyle, and an income stream at 6 George Street, Bermagui. The two-storey residence and three villas in the vibrant, NSW south coast community of Bermagui, known as the ‘Captain’s Quarters’, is an architecturally designed complex allowing holiday rentals or a unique opportunity for an extended family. It is set on a peninsula between the Bermagui River and the sea, with Moorhead Beach only a short distance away.
The main residence has two bedrooms, a spacious office or third bedroom, a living area with raked ceilings, and a double garage with internal access. All the living areas and bedrooms open directly onto their own decks – the perfect place to relax with a chilled drink and gaze at the sparkling ocean.
The main residence has plenty of living space, airconditioning, and floor-to-ceiling views of the ocean from the living room. The lower level has a foyer and a staircase leading to the upper floor, internal entry from the double garage, a bathroom, a large bedroom and an office or third bedroom, and the laundry.
Upstairs, an open plan kitchen/dining/living room with raked ceilings is the perfect place to relax, dine and catch up with the family or friends, with an unequalled view of the ocean through the palm trees. The kitchen is very practical, with plenty of bench and storage space, dishwasher, overhead fan, and smart white tiles with an electric cooktop and oven.
The upper level also houses a master bedroom with an ensuite, a private deck overlooking the inground saltwater pool, and the sparkling ocean.
The complex of brick buildings is designed for maximum privacy. The three holiday villas (or teenage retreats, or family accommodation) are situated around the central paved barbeque area and inground saltwater pool. The architect has cleverly used angles and situated the villas carefully to ensure the main residence has the maximum amount of privacy, should the villas be used for holiday rental accommodation or a bed and breakfast business.
The block measures 1,518 square metres so it’s large enough to ensure plenty of room, and subject to Council approval, the villas can be turned into a strata with separate titles.
The villas themselves all have two bedrooms, their own bathrooms, kitchens, and laundries, airconditioning, and are self-contained and make great holiday or permanent rentals, providing an income stream for the owners.
The central paved barbeque and outdoor dining area is a shared space that connects the three villas and the main residence, providing a communal area for dining or sharing time with friends or family. The pool is also connected to the central paved area, and the beach is a very short walk away. The brick barbeque has two grills and provides plenty of cooking room for residents and guests, and landscaped easy maintenance gardens surround the paved areas.
The township of Bermagui has plenty to offer tourists and residents alike, including The Blue Pool, the Fisherman’s Wharf, art galleries, wineries, and plenty of opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming, sailing, and water skiing.
Marshall and Tacheci Real Estate principal Robert Tacheci said the Captain’s Quarters is a unique and well-planned property with enormous potential for the new owners.
“The township of Bermagui is on your doorstep and the beach before you,” said Mr Tacheci. “New owners can make an income from holiday rentals, or potentially subdivide the property into separate strata villas. Either way, it’s an immediate business opportunity which has an established reputation and clientele.
“It’s a perfect opportunity for all those people who just need that extra bit of guaranteed income base, before they can turn the dream of a seachange into a living reality. Captain’s Quarters is that opportunity.”
You can view this home at 6 George Street, Bermagui online, and see all the latest hot listings on Zango. For further information or to book an inspection, contact Marshall and Tacheci Real Estate Bermagui principal Robert Tacheci on 6493 3333.
Original Article published by Sharon Kelley on The RiotACT.