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24-26 Old Princes Highway, Turlinjah NSW 2537

Block size: 2555 m² approx.
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Traditional Cottage on Two Titles

This renovated traditional cottage sits on a 2555m2 (approx.) block with 2 separate titles.

Whether you are just looking for a home with lots of land or looking at future development on the second title this property is ideal.

The cottage has a sun room entry with separate laundry/toilet and shower room. There are 3 large bedrooms, one with adjacent utility room/office (future ensuite potential), and a central hallway accessing all rooms.

The living room opens to the dining - kitchen area which runs the full length of the house, with feature period windows and french doors opening onto a pleasant , large sunroom.

The house has all the period features including hardwood floors and high ceilings and has a delightful old world ambience.

There are 2 rain water tanks providing water supply (one in-ground concrete and one plastic) and a sewer holding tank which connects to the reed bed sewer system for the hamlet. There is also a garage/shed to the front of the property.

The land is comprised of 2 separate titles, and has a gentle fall from rear to front (for future separate development/sale the sewer system which sits on the boundary of the 2 blocks can be moved to the front of the house - permission certificate for this has been obtained). The vendor is open to consider selling the house block and vacant block individually.

A new tiny home is situated on the vacant block , ideal for guest accommodation or air b and b . The tiny home has connections for gas (gas hws) , power , and water , and there is a composting toilet available if wanted. The tiny home can also be directly connected to the sewer for the purposes of installing a fixed /connected system.
This is a delightful property with a lot of versatile potential.

Call or email to arrange an inspection if it is ticking a lot of your boxes.
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Key details

Property type:
Block Size:
2555 *

Other Details

Plan Type:
Legal description:
LJ Hooker Tuross Head

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Block information
Block size: 2555 (approx)
Legal description: 134/752137
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What's nearby

Moruya PublicPrimary School
Moruya High SchoolHigh School
Moruya District HospitalHospital
Woolworths SupermarketMajor Shopping Centre
Tuross Head Post OfficePost Office

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Property history

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Property History
01 Feb 2024
LJ Hooker Tuross Head
Contract: 01/02/2024
Listed: 06/11/2023
Days on market: 87
Block size: 2555m²
Transfer type: Full transfer

Turlinjah suburb information

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Average Age
50 years
Listing ID: 182061348. This listing has been viewed 839 times. It was first displayed on 06/11/2023 and last updated on 01/02/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
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