You’ll feel right at home in this loved family Bungalow style home sitting proudly in the well located and popular Shaw Street, just a short walk to town, golf course and primary school.
With many charming original features this property includes: A delightful front lounge room with fireplace, 5 generous bedrooms, 2 upstairs with their own sitting room, 3 downstairs (one used as a study), 2 period style bathrooms and an absolutely charming entertainers kitchen with stylish black and white tiles, an old ‘working aga’ stove, stained glass windows, feature brick wall, large gas stove with electric oven, bosch dishwasher, meals area and inviting family nook. Befitting its 1922 era you’ll find, fretwork, high ornate ceilings, picture rails, polished hardwood timber floors and plantation shutters throughout the home. Heating is by way of a ducted gas system, there is instant gas hot water, evaporative cooling and upstairs, 3 reverse cycle systems, just so you’ll be comfortable all year round. This one’s a real gem and offers something a little different. Block: 897 m
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