Lovingly maintained and beautifully kept, this character cottage has been the family home for over 50 years! The warm and inviting atmosphere makes you feel at home from the moment you arrive with a cosy lounge room, lovely timber kitchen complete electric appliances and plenty of preparation space. There are two bedrooms that are both serviced by the updated and nicely presented family bathroom. The front porch provides the perfect space to sit and relax while overlooking the beauty of the colorful and established gardens that surround while enjoying the sights and sounds of the native wildlife that inhabit the area. Set on an expansive allotment of over 6000m2 the potential of this property is only limited by your imagination, whether you plan on living in your first home, extending or building your dream home (STCA) the possibilities are endless. Location is perfect as you would never know you had neighbors, yet your only minutes from the township of Cockatoo that provides amenities such as: supermarket, cafes, restaurants, doctors, and multiple outdoor activities for the kids. With small acreage in such short supply, the opportunity to secure a mostly cleared and completely usable property like this, is an opportunity not to be missed!
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Block Size:6084 m²*
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