Nestled onto a sizeable 1011sqm block, and only 1 block walking distance to Uralla's Bustling town centre lies 30 Maitland Street, a true character cottage home filled with original features and accents.
The home offers a three bedroom two bathroom layout. Each bedroom contains highset ceilings, stunning timber picture rails and workings, and original hardwood timber floors hiding beneath the well-kept carpet.
A large centrally located hallway offers up the same highset ceilings and hidden flooring, The oversized width alongside more stunning timber workings and architraves, compliments the home, giving it a feeling of space and size.
A separate living area is located on the sunny northern side of the home with a continuation of original features including a blue brick fire place. Keeping the area cosy is a massive stand-alone wood heater and a ceiling fan to help transfer the heat.
The lounge leads through to a vibrant north facing sunroom, the perfect spot for breakfast and a cuppa as the day warms up.
A combined open plan kitchen and dining area is located at the end of the hall. The kitchen offers excellent storage alongside a standalone gas/electric oven inset into an existing fireplace with exhaust fan. Benchspace is plentiful with the addition of a breakfast bar and return.
The main bathroom its tidy and functional, with a second shower and toilet located in the laundry.
Outside the home is located on a large and useable block, with plenty of space to develop with gardens features or for the daring - an extension (Pre-0existing plans available) and a large east facing patio adds some extra versatility to the area.
A single lock up garage is slabbed with power and a separate section to utilise as storage.
An excellent platform for a character home tragic, first home buyer or downsizer and everything in between. 30 Maitland street is a home oozing with appeal and potential.
For more information text the word MAITLAND to 0488 883 819
Features include: Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Fireplace(s),Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor
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