Block size: 2004 m² approx.House size: 170 m² approx.
Historic Stone Cottage
Located in the quaint village of Majors Creek, this 120* year old stone cottage is one of the original dwellings of this pioneer gold mining village.
The stone building was originally a miners cottage and is in need of a loving restoration, which you can do whilst you live in the attached studio or the converted garage. Positioned on 2004 sqm (half an acre), with plenty of room to enjoy the picturesque country garden.
If you have a passion for the restoration of historic Australian buildings, this property is a must to inspect.
- Original Stone Cottage - Attached studio extension - Septic System - Garage with 'granny flat' conversion. - Attached carport
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