Three bedroom house right across from the Balnarring Beach foreshore - just a short 100 metre walk along the creek reserve on you are on the sand. This simple but comfortable three bedroom house allows you to enjoy all the beach and wine/gourmet food region has to offer - in 1950's style worthy of any Mad Men episode.
With three bedrooms, two with queen size beds and the third with two bunks, the house can sleep up to 8 people. Realistically, it is comfortable for groups of 4-6.
The house has a good sized outdoor veranda with gas BBQ, outdoor lounge setting and teak setting, generous backyard which is fully fenced so safe for kids and dogs, as well as a laundry with washing machine. We also have a state of the art BBQ and wood fired pizza oven for the more gourmet inclined.
There are two bathrooms, one inside with a full bathroom outside, which is perfect for rinsing off after a swim at the beach.
Features include: Slow combustion heater, reverse cycle air conditioning and heating, microwave, stereo, flat screen LCD TV and DVD Player, washing machine and gas B.B.Q.
There are also plenty of toys for the kids, including a fort in the backyard, cubby house with slide, sandpit and massive springfree trampoline.
Tenants are required to supply their own linen flat sheets, sheets, towels and pillow cases. Don't forget to bring a couple of tea towels as well.
Linen can be provided at an extra charge at $25 per bed.
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There are so many things to do down at the Draper Shack. Here are some of our favourites that we can recommend.
very good italian in Balnarring Village - be sure to make a reservation as this place is very popular
The Heritage Tavern in Balnarring - lovely garden area which is great for the kids to run around with a sandpit to boot
Flinders Hotel - recently redone and gets good reviews for an up market pub
Somers General Store - great milkshakes and good for lunch
visit the red hill brewery - also does a good lunch/cheese plate
visit a local winery - there are loads of them, Stoniers and Port Phillip Estate are particularly worth a look
Walk the Red Hill rail trail
visit the Coolart wet lands