Renovated 1960s Bendalong holiday home surrounded by national park listed

Renovated 1960s Bendalong holiday home surrounded by national park listed
Renovated 1960s Bendalong holiday home surrounded by national park listed

Lago, a newly renovated, architect designed home surrounded by a national park and beaches on the South Coast of NSW is on the market with a price guide of $850,000.

Sharon Deadman and Allan Deaman of Ray White Bendalong/Manyana have the listing.

Built in the 1960s, the holiday home at 9 Pine Street, Bendalong has recently been renovated throughout.

It last traded at $430,000 in 2014.

Architecturally designed, the open plan living area comes with a new bespoke kitchen with stainless steel fridge, dining area, and living room opening out onto the timber deck/balcony.

Renovated 1960s Bendalong holiday home surrounded by national park listed

There are two light filled bedrooms looking out to the bushland. 

Downstairs comprises a new laundry, separate toilet, outdoor shower, and a large deck with a storage area. 

Renovated 1960s Bendalong holiday home surrounded by national park listed

Nestled on a 658 square metre block, Lago features views to the native forest at the rear and sea views from the outdoor balcony at the front. 

Positioned just north of Bendalong village with the Bendalong General Store and Cafe, Lago is a 20 minute drive to the township of Milton, three-hour drive to Sydney and two-and-a-half-hour drive from Canberra.

It had last sold at $430,000 in 2014. 

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