Hear the sound of the surf

SITUATED just two houses back from the beachfront, this spacious double-storey home boasts cooling sea breezes, glimpses of the ocean from the upper level, and seamless indoor/outdoor living spaces, perfect for relaxing with family and friends.

There are numerous great features on offer here. Safely enclosed with an electric gate, there is a grassed area at the front of the property for children and pets to play. Alternatively, this space could be converted to house your boat or caravan securely in addition to the double lock-up garage.

On the ground level, the modern kitchen is huge, including a breakfast bar for relaxed meals. Positioned adjoining the dining room, the open plan design is perfectly geared for entertaining. Also on this level there is a great living area with timber bi-fold doors that open onto an undercover all-weather entertaining area and paved backyard, including a sparkling in-ground pool to cool off after a long day at the beach.

For large families looking for space and segregation, the clever floorplan includes three bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor, and a master suite, additional bedroom, study area, and lounge room on the upper level.

With low-maintenance grounds, the home comes with the convenience of Kawana Shoppingworld, schools, and local amenities only moments away.


62 Lowanna Drive

5 Bed, 3 Bath, 2 Car, Pool

Features: Family entertainer just two houses to the beachfront. Sea breezes, ocean glimpses from upper level. Gated entry, pool, all-weather entertaining area

Price: Offers over $900,000

Agent: Trevor and Glenys Martin at Waterfront Agents

Contact: 0400 818 777

Inspection: Contact agent

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