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A Sea Change, permanent living or your getaway holiday retreat.

6 First Street, Wool Bay
$250,000 to $270,000 For Sale
House
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 6 Car spaces
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Colleen Martin
0407 465 535
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Description

This modern pre-loved & sun-drenched house, built in 2007 is perfect for the gardener! Coastal views from the house, close to the Wool Bay Walkway where birds and wildlife live in harmony within the Coastal Waters environment. This 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom open plan lounge & dining area opens to a central practical kitchen with many cupboards & a large pantry. The living area has a heating & cooling split system. The laundry is well appointed with easy access to outside garden area. Enjoy breakfast on the sunny front veranda with ocean views overlooking the gardens. Plenty of room for a growing family, retirement lifestyle with garden space, or as a holiday beach side retreat. Walking distance to the beach! The allotment is easily maintained with a native gardens & palms, set on an 1040m2, south east facing, the sun bathes the back great for winter warmth & is fully fenced. This home has a lock up garage and secluded outside entertaining area. Large garage 40 x 20 m, high clearance of 2.8m, great storage for cars, boat & or caravan with direct access to the front via gates.
A very well-maintained house a must to view! Rates $1263 approx. pa.
This seaside town is located between Stansbury & Coobowie on Yorke Peninsula approx. 220km from Adelaide by road, but only just over km due west across Gulf St Vincent. Wool Bay is the perfect place to leave behind a fast-paced life, lie back, relax and enjoy the peace and quiet with its sandy beaches, great fishing & moderate weather.
Wool Bay (formerly Pickering, prior to 1940) was a wool, grain & lime exporting town founded in 1876, once served as a port for the district’s farms & pastoral runs.
A number of marine animals inhabit the waters of Wool Bay; dolphins and sting rays can frequently be seen close to shore, and fur seals often feed off the rocky outcrop between the second and third coves past the main bay in the early evening.
• Visit Barachel Alpacas where you can watch the alpacas graze, or visit the on-farm shop for alpaca wool products.
• Wool Bay Jetty, popular with anglers producing good catches of squid & tommy ruff. Garfish, Mullet, Snook and other species
can be caught in season.
• The jetty is also used by recreational scuba divers, drawn by the population of leafy sea dragon’s that inhabit the waters
beneath the jetty.
• Wool Bay Golf Course, great exercise

Features

Split-System Air Conditioning
Split-System Heating
Balcony
Deck
Fully Fenced
Secure Parking
Shed
Dishwasher