This amazing piece of Ipswich History is presented to the market for sale. One of the first dozen homes ever built in Ipswich.
This unique property is a must see and will need to be viewed to experience all its charm.
Yarrum Lodge or also known as Baileys Lodge was known as the Cobb and Co stop off. This is a true piece of Ipswich history from the brick chimney to the six panes cedar window. This quirky home will captivate you as a feeling of nostalgia fills you in every room.
The home has undergone a massive renovation over the years, with new plumbing, flooring, walls, re-wiring and meter board, kitchen, bathroom, ceiling and much more.
As you enter the property you are welcomed by all the character and warmth of this historic home, as you walk in the front door to the beautiful lounge area you are soothed by the working open fire place and feature brick work said to have been locally hand-made.
Opening off the lounge area is the spacious master bedroom which features a wall of storage and air conditioning. Adjacent to this there is the second bedroom that also offers great storage and would make an amazing office.
The kitchen has been tastefully renovated in clean crisp tones and boasts of beautiful stone bench tops and plenty of cupboard and bench space. For the budding chef there is an extra-large oven with gas cook top, stunning canopy range hood and dishwasher.
The beautiful dining area features low maintenance polished hardwood floors and soft neutral walls. Opening off the dining area is a superb court yard shaded by a gorgeous pine tree and in no doubt is the pick of places to enjoy a morning coffee.
The bathroom has been renovated with oversized (1200mm) spectacular travertine tiles, walk in shower, sleek stand-alone basin and sky light.
The 3rd bedroom is very spacious with air conditioning and includes a unique extension that could be used for a large WIR, nursery or office. This area is also serviced by a 2nd toilet.
The laundry is included in a spacious room that could be utilised as a large storage area.
Snapshot: 3 bedrooms plus 2 storage rooms Renovated stylish kitchen with quality appliances Renovated Bathroom Polished floors and carpet Open fire place in lounge Air conditioning Walking distance schools, trains and shops 4 Car carport Corner block 2 street access
Please call Kirsty Dutney-Jones or Mike Jones for a welcomed inspection.
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