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Site 091 - Laurieton Kew $640,000
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David KinealyDavid Kinealy
Laurieton Community.
The raked ceiling soars over the spacious dining and living rooms, extending to the multi-purpose room. The large contemporary kitchen enjoys stainless steel appliances and stone benchtops. A walk-in robe and spacious ensuite complete this beautifully proportioned home. The popular one and a half garage provides additional space for a work bench or storage.
  • Move in ready
  • Open plan living
  • Large WIR with Ensuite
  • New Air conditioning
  • Low maintenance backyard
This home is located at
Laurieton, Kew
Mid North Coast, NSW

Nestled between the North Brother Mountain in Dooragan National Park and Queens Lake, Laurieton is surrounded by breathtaking scenery whilst being only 25 minutes away from the conveniences in Port Macquarie. Take in the sweeping views from the peaks of the mountain, spot migrating whales from Perpendicular Point Lookout and enjoy the colourful showcase of wildflowers in spring.

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Foodie regionEnjoy the regions fresh produce at the Port Macquarie Foreshore Market and Wauchope Farmers Marketing including seafood, fruits, veggies, gourmet jams, and homemade breads.
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BeachesExplore the many pristine beaches from Laurieton to Port Macquarie.
Walking & hikingWalk the 3km Laurieton Track to the scenic summit of North Brother Mountain, and enjoy sweeping views from Perpendicular Point Lookout.
Rivers & lakesEnjoy direct access from the community down to the beautiful Queens Lake and Camden Haven River.
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Water-based activitiesSpend the day on the water enjoying kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and fishing. Hire a boat from Dunbogan Boatshed and explore the Camden Haven River
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CyclingStay active and discover the popular cycling paths such as the Breakwall and Town Beach Ride, and Kooloonbung Creek Nature Park.
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Golf coursesEnjoy a day out on the green at the Kew Country Club which offers an 18-hole championship style golf course and driving range.
Museums & landmarksSpend the day discovering the Port Macquarie Museum, Mid North Coast Maritime Museum and Port Macquarie War Memorial.
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Foodie regionEnjoy the regions fresh produce at the Port Macquarie Foreshore Market and Wauchope Farmers Marketing including seafood, fruits, veggies, gourmet jams, and homemade breads.
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BeachesExplore the many pristine beaches from Laurieton to Port Macquarie.
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