There is a reason why Armidale's Central south location is at the top of many buyers wish list, stunning blend of traditional blue brick and character homes intertwined with mature, tree-lined streets and steeped in local history. For many, this is the quintessential area when residing in this beautiful city.
Number 202 Marsh street offers you your very own slice of Central South Armidale, in addition to a beautiful and complete home with incredible versatility, convenience and family comforts.
This home has seen significant improvement and refit in recent years, A fully remodelled, new kitchen/dining area has made way for a custom kitchen, featuring a 1200mm Falcon range with dual electric ovens and a 5 burner gas cooktop, hardwood timber benchtops and earthy finishes.
The kitchen flows onto the dining area and out to a covered deck via double doors creating the perfect entertaining area during the warmer months. Follow the original timber flooring down the hall and sink into the intimate lounge and sunroom areas. The early morning sun filters through beautifully, providing the ideal place for the morning routine to kick off and is kept warm with wood heating and a transfer kit.
The sizeable master bathroom is home to a beautiful refit, with fresh tiling and a gorgeous original restored clawfoot bathtub. 3 Bedrooms round out the floorplan downstairs. The master contains an en-suite and built in robe. The second level is home to a fourth bedroom, complete with views over Armidale to the east, plus a substantial rumpus or sleep out room creating excellent versatility for even the largest of families.
A detached Studio furthers living options and is perfect for a work from home situation, or somewhere to relegate the unruly teenager of the house.
The home is complemented beautifully by mature and established, low maintenance gardens with a fully fenced yard and covered car parking.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Fireplace(s),Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Terrace-Balcony
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