20 Inala Street Rye

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Romantic Coastal Cottage Cocooned in Nature

With its charming sandstone and brick facade highlighted by brightly painted timber features, this landmark cottage has been lovingly constructed of local, recycled and salvaged materials.

Beautifully set on a elevated block amongst native coastal Moonah trees 'Driftwood Cottage' features a private pathway winding up to one of Rye's highest points with captivating views.

Surrounded by timber decks and multiple pairs of vintage French-doors, the cottage is designed to enjoy both indoor/outdoor living in the summer, and cosy winter weekends. There is a spacious living area with polished timber floors, a robust wood-fire heater, plus split system A/C. The light-filled bedroom, which has a wall of multi-panel windows and dado detailing, and the delightful bathroom/laundry are off the central hallway which leads to the modern kitchen and dining area with polished concrete floors and a bushy outlook to an outdoor deck and dining area cocooned with natural rock retaining walls.

So many unique and quirky features include a breakfast bar constructed from an original timber-door, a re-purposed packing crate as a towel rail, gorgeous recycled timber dresser vanity and a hanging tree branch providing additional clothes' hanging space in the bedroom. Perfectly located close to Rye's beautiful beaches and a short stroll to Peninsula Pantry cafe, this cottage has been successfully run as guest accommodation, or would provide an ideal permanent home or a romantic Peninsula getaway.

Property Features

  • Land Size : 1401.00 m2
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Property ID: 3441091

Sheree Hay

Sheree Hay

0414 262 362

James Vakrinos

James Vakrinos

0439 888 288

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