Cape Paterson, VIC 3995
If a modern family home, in a quiet pocket of a quaint coastal town is what you’re after, you’re in luck with 129 Seaward Drive, Cape Paterson. Situated next to The Cape Eco Village, this property is moments from the stunning beaches and amenities, yet with an outlook of calming, tranquil farming land.
With four large bedrooms bedrooms, including both master and one other with ensuite, the spacious home is ideal for a large family and offer an extremely flexible floor plan for a myriad of uses. A leisurely stroll to the main street, bus stops and beach makes this home extremely practical for coastal living.
The main interior living spaces enjoy natural light all throughout the day, coupled with a central feature of a timber staircase, connecting the ground and first floors, in a breezy design that echoes easy living. The open plan kitchen, dining, and living areas all connect through this central staircase, in a home that is both sturdy and neatly maintained, and with modern touches in the kitchen and bathroom areas.Add to this the tranquillity provided by the lush and well-established garden, which provide beauty, shade, and privacy, not to mention outdoor spaces to relax and enjoy.
This property also takes into account all four seasons, with multiple spacious undercover decks and outdoor living areas, it’s ideal for shady summer lazing, warm winter nights; in a nutshell it ticks every box.This large and beautifully presented Cape Paterson home represents a space where you can live, play, and entertain with ease. Easy Coastal Living at its best.
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The Bass Coast is known for golden beaches and dramatic coastline, and Cape Paterson is no exception. This small seaside town is a favourite for beach goers, surfers and divers, and a fishing hot spot.
Cape Paterson Bay Beachis best known for its large rock pool, a tranquil place where protected turquoise waters lap gently. The man-made structure was built in the 1960s and is just as popular today; families make a beeline to the inviting rocks on hot days. Be sure to bring your snorkel for a glimpse of underwater life, or bait up and cast a line from the rocky makeshift jetty.
Just around the eastern headland is Cape Paterson Surf Beach. A sandy path takes you from the car park to beach, which is popular for surfers, bathers and those with a penchant for fishing. The beach is patrolled on weekends between December and Easter. Do be vigilant about rips in this area and steer clear of the rocks at each end of the beach.
Master the waves with a surfing lesson by Salty Seas Surf who operate out of Cape Paterson.
Pop into the beautiful farm gate at Goshen Country Farm Gate for organically grown fruit and veg, free range eggs, local bread and honey.
Enjoy a gorgeous coffee at Zeal & Flow and watch the world go by or book in for a great meal at The Cape Tavern. Regular events can include Music on a saturday night and a sunday afternoon using local bands and musicians. The bar has a great selection of boutique beers on tap, and they also hold regular wine dinners which are very popular featuring local and interstate wineries!