Tightly held is a term loosely used in real estate circles but sometimes the shoe fits. The history of this property makes interesting reading and is certainly unique. The original owner of the land was Major McCormack, chairman of the Country Roads Board at the time the Great Ocean Road was constructed, and its fair to assume that he probably had the pick of the blocks available and he chose this one.
Held in the current family since 1947 this property is unique to the area for a number of reasons. Firstly the Great Ocean Road is not visible from the house adding to the feeling of isolation. Secondly, the land is largely flat and it is around 2009m2 which makes it one of the biggest in the area. The rear of the property faces almost due north and the large rear deck is bathed in north sun and is very private with the direct neighbours on either side hardly visible.
The single storey, well maintained beach house comprises three bedrooms, main bathroom and an open plan living/kitchen/dining area that spills onto a deck with sublime views. There is also a garage/workshop to the rear.
The views from this neat and tidy beach house are hypnotizing and an inspection is the only way to really appreciate what is on offer. A solid holiday rental history allows one to easily recoup some of the inevitable expenses that a beach house brings.