There is nine meters of window across the front of the house leading onto a large deck with 180-degree views so there are plenty of spots to enjoy the ever-changing views and to feed the very friendly Rosellas.
Three bedrooms including master with king bed and ensuite, 2nd with queen and third with two single beds.
The main bathroom has plenty of space with washing machine.
Wood fire making Blue Waters a perfect winter hideaway.
The house backs on to the Cape Liptrap National Park so there is plenty of wild life including Rosellas, Kookaburras, Wrens, Cockatoos, Wombats, Koalas, Echidnas, Wallaby's and Possums are abundant. There is also a big population of Sea Birds and Sea life; there are plenty of fish, Dolphins, Seals and if you are very lucky a whale will spend a few days in Waratah Bay.
It's a great spot to get into the water whether it's swimming, boating, kayaking, snorkelling or diving for abalone and crays. There is a great beach in front of the house and a five-minute walk to Walkerville South will get you to the stunning sandy beach where the Historical Lime Kilns are situated. At the turn of the century ships would come from Melbourne to collect high quality Lime to be used as cement for building. There are also several bush walks that begin at Walkerville North through the dense natural vegetation and include lookouts and historical information.