Superbly located, backing on to the Tura Beach championship golf course and protected by coastal reserve, this unique, award-winning property offers a multitude of options. Originally architect-designed as two separate yet interconnected residences, with a 12m indoor lap and heated therapy pool, it was used for several years by the Seachange Lifestyle Management practice, offering a range of services including counselling, massage therapies, hypnotherapy and hydrotherapy. Visiting specialists provided other services while staying on site. It has beautifully landscaped, established gardens, direct golf course access and is less that 100m from the pristine white sands of Tura Beach where, during the spring and autumn migration seasons, you can watch dolphins playing in the clear waters.

OPTION 1

Residence 1
4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom residence
Heated 12m lap pool and spa
Spacious dual living areas
Entertaining deck downstairs
Additional balconies and east-facing terrace upstairs

Residence 2
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom residence
open plan kitchen, living area with windows on three sides
Private courtyard

Both residences offer some ocean views, a DLUG, entirely separate kitchens, and a choice of ISP and NBN infrastructures.

OPTION 2

Fully integrated health practice with disabled access
Reception plus 6-8 offices and training/ conference facilities
12m heated hydrotherapy pool & heated spa
2 x DLUG plus 5 additional parking spaces

The Tura Beach residential enclave offers privacy, without isolation. It is only 8km to the regional airport of Merimbula, 1 km to the district Woolworths retail centre and district Library, and 28 km to the recently completed Bega Regional Hospital, offering facilities for both emergency and chronic treatment. Gourmet food, drawing on the inspiration of local ingredients - oysters, fish, cheeses, eggs, olive oil, fruits and vegetables - abound at the popular local farmers' markets and fairs.

The Sapphire Coast region is also home to a diverse, creative community of musicians and visual artists, supported by a variety of performance and exhibition spaces attracting performers and artists from afar, nourishing the souls of local audiences. The indigenous history and knowledge throughout the region remains alive and rich, further helping us to navigate the varied pathways to sustainability in our complicated world.

After something of a Rip Van Winkle spell, this region is ready to awaken - reinvigorated and energised with the possibilities that the future whispers...