A Kiama property with multiple land titles is expected to sell for more than $1.6 million.
The three-bedroom house at 17 Dido Street is a master-built double brick home featuring two large living areas.
It has a separate workshop for the handyman and a study or possible fourth bedroom.
Ray White Kiama director Michele Lay said the property, set on a substantial parcel of land, was one of a kind in Kiama.
"It is a welcoming, master-built home within walking distance of the shops and amenities. It has gorgeous rural and ocean views and 6.5 acres of land - it is simply not something you tend to find in Kiama," Ms Lay said.
She said the property consisted of three separate land titles and was noted on the Kiama Urban Strategy as a possibility for land subdivision.
"I'm expecting a huge level of interest from families looking for a home with comfort and character as well as savvy investors who can see the development potential," Ms Lay said.
"And families will love the manicured lawns, cathedral ceilings, clever layout designed to capture the rural and ocean views and all that space."
Inspections of the property can be arranged through Ms Lay.
The median house price for Kiama is now $555,000, a rise of 8 per cent in the 12 months to April 2014, according to Australian Property Monitors.