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Highland Retreat, Leura

Relax in the peace of this three bedroom weatherboard house overlooking the bush with only a ten minute walk to Leura and all the amenities.

Highland Retreat sleeps up to 8 people and has country style with antique bric a brac. There are two double bedrooms one with an ensuite and the third bedroom has a single bed and a trundle, all with eletric blankets in winter. The lounge and dining room is an open plan with timber floor boards,double sofa bed, TV, DVD and CD player. Instant gas heating and a wood fire for winter. There is a laundry with a washing machine and a drying rack. The kitchen has all the equipment that you could wish including a picnic basket. There is also a phone that can take incoming calls and emergency calls.

The back garden looks out onto bush with a nice outdoor setting.

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Highland Retreat is a cute new three bedroom weatherboard cottage with a fireplace.

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