This perfectly positioned classic highset federation style timber home situated only 3.5km from the CBD of Warwick. Set on a fully fenced 10 Acre block with numerous sheds and outbuildings. The well presented home features 3 bedrooms, main bathroom, kitchen, dining, lounge room, family room and office/utility room. With many original features including vj walls and high ceilings with picture rail, french doors, polished hoop pine timber floors, bay window and fretwork. Reverse cycle air conditioning and slow combustion wood heater keep this home cosy all year round. Large covered north facing rear verandah with excellent rural views, with townwater connected, rainwater tanks, shared bore, stockyards and plenty of storage under the home with extra toilet and laundry. This type of property is rare to find so close to Warwick and to appreciate all this unique property has to offer call today to arrange your inspection.
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