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Minutes Walk to the Beach; This comfortable home is spacious & much loved, 4-bedroom family holiday home, a large garden & ample off-street parking.

22 Waratah Avenue, Marion Bay
$262,500 Sold!
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 5 Car spaces
  • 938 sq metres
Colleen Martin
0407 465 535
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This Rivergum Custom designed 4 bedrooms & 1-bathroom home was built in 2002 & accommodates up to 10 guests. Perfect for a permanent home, investment property & or a holiday retreat.
Situated in the seaside town of Marion Bay, this house is well located and is close to the beach, you’ll be 6 minutes by foot to Penguin Point, & only a short walk to Willyama beach.
Light, bright & airy upon entry, the open plan welcoming kitchen, lounge & dine has r/c air-conditioning, & a ceiling fan. The large windows & a sliding patio door open to the gardens allowing plenty of natural light.
The kitchen has an island bench, plenty of cupboard space & is equipped with a stove & oven, microwave, separate fridge and separate freezer, plenty of cutlery, crockery, pots and pans and everything that you'd expect for cooking at home.
Bed configuration - bed 1 - queen, bed 2 - queen, bed 3 - queen, bed 4 - 2 bunks, 2 bedrooms have ceiling fans. The four bedrooms all have a garden country outlook.
The 3-way bathroom accommodates a shower, vanity & w/c, the laundry is separate.
Sit back & relax on the front deck with a refreshing drink, or If you prefer to watch the sunset at the end of day head down to the beach.
Gas BBQ, small rear deck with outdoor setting, fish cleaning facility, plenty of room for the boat. The house is a real home away from home. The large 2 bay garage is great for a boat, caravan or the car. This home that will suit an array of buyers.
A short walk to the local Tavern & General Store & Jetty.
Blessed with a number of beautiful beaches Marion Bay is surrounded by a thriving National Park, world class surfing & diving sites, & spectacular ocean views.
There are waves for all different classes of ability which are located within close proximity of Marion Bay. Innes is a particularly famous surfing destination, hosting South Australia's most prestigious surfing event, the Cut loose Coopers Classic. This is held in Innes National Park at Chainman’s every October long weekend. Innes offers amazing history dating back into the early century and some of the most unique coastlines and attractions in South Australia. Being at the bottom of the Peninsula offers the chance to fish in two gulfs, the gulfs of Spencer or the Gulf of St Vincent. Both gulfs offer a different style of fishing, the St Vincent Gulf offers mouth-watering King George Whiting and the Spencer Gulf massive snapper. Both of these gulfs including the passage in between Kangaroo Island, offering a wide range of fish species, including Garfish & Kingfish. This area offers all fisherman a day of excitement. Driving through the park is an experience in itself, you will come across all sort of wildlife, including the Western Grey Kangaroos, Emus and the area's diverse bird life. Mallee Fowl, Western Whipbird, White-bellied Sea-eagles.


Air Conditioning
Split-System Air Conditioning
Split-System Heating
Built-in Wardrobes
Water Tank