LIFESTYLE is unquestionably the right word for describing 3 Point Addis Road Bells Beach.
Located on 5 acres of bushland backing on to the Surf Coast Walk and the Ironbark Basin National Park, this pristine property boasts the very best of environmental and sustainability outcomes.
The four-bedroom home sits amongst pristine natural bushland featuring easy care native gardens and grass trees bristling with native birdlife.
The home itself sets the best example of sustainability with ample rain water storage, solar hot water, and currently has a substantial solar feed in tariff credit from the 2.1kw system that is contracted to 2024 for the original 66cents per kilowatt scheme.
The home’s articulation on the site also ensures the best passive solar outcomes as the low winter sun streams through the north facing windows adding warmth to the residence.
Selling agent John McMahon from McCartney Real Estate says that if you’re looking to live the coastal dream in the perfect hinterland environment, close to some of the world’s best beaches, then 3 Point Addis Road is for you.
“This is a fantastic lifestyle property set in a serene natural environment, with an eco-friendly home that’s flexible design caters for many differing residing options,” Mr McMahon said.
“Boasting one of the most unique addresses on the Surf Coast, this property definitely should be at the top of your list.”
The property’s exclusive address also gives easy access to the Great Ocean Road, the world famous surf break at Bells Beach, and Point Addis Marine National Park.
Set over two levels, the passive solar rammed earth home offers an array of accommodation options under one roof, incorporating two separate ensuite units, (that entered the pages of the Lonely Planet when it was run as a successful B&B.)
The remainder of the residence is of spacious proportions, having a further two bedrooms, master with ensuite and huge walk in robe, kitchen/ dining/family area, large activities room, office, main bathroom, separate toilet and double remotecontrolled garage.
This captivating home has been developed with a high emphasis on sustainability that includes solar power and solar hot water; waste water recycled to both vegie garden and orchard via an automated sprinkler system (forget the power and water bills).
The home’s unique construction retains both warmth in the winter and comfort in the summer, further enhanced with partial double glazing and wood fires.
Other features include: large kitchen with pantry and jarrah bench tops that extend to all four bathrooms, spacious undercover alfresco area, large carport, outdoor shower, original out building, in excess of 100,000 litres of water and so much more.
All located with views of natural bush, bird and animal life that gives delight and serenity.
Ideally positioned only eight minutes from both Torquay and Anglesea, 15 minutes to Deakin University and just over an hour to the CDB, making it the perfect lifestyle choice whether it be a relaxing getaway or permanent retreat.
This definitely is a property worth every consideration, for more information please contact John McMahon on 0400 866 634.