THIS PROPERTY IS AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE INSPECTIONS. PLEASE CONTACT KIRRILY ON 0439 964 991 TO ARRANGE A TIME.
With an impressive street presence and expansive views over Gisborne Township, you will love this unique opportunity.
Built in 1905, this historic four bedroom Edwardian homestead set on 1,100m2 (approx.) holds so much character and charm. A host of exquisite period features establish the character, including stain glass leadlight windows, ornate fireplaces, high ceilings and timber floors. These features are beautifully complimented with modern updates and inclusions.
The master suite located to the front of the home showcases a leafy green outlook, including a walk in robe and renovated ensuite. Multiple large light-filled living areas provides a perfect home for busy families. Whether you relax and unwind in the front living room or move to the kitchen/dining area. Both areas flow seamlessly to the outdoor entertaining alfresco.
The kitchen/dining is well equipped with modern appliances, ample cupboard space, feature bi-fold doors and European laundry. Furthermore, the centrally located family bathroom is inviting and completes this level.
Upstairs you will discover the kids retreat, study nook and two further bedrooms.
Additional features include ample heating & cooling options with 5 functioning fireplaces, Nobo heating & split systems, gated side access to the double garage and a wonderful outdoor area to entertain alongside a kids play zone.
Certain to intrigue and inspire both locals and tree changers alike, 'Everest' opens up a world of possibilities.
**PHOTO ID REQUIRED AT INSPECTIONS** WITH THE HEALTH & WELLBEING OF OUR COMMUNITY BEING FRONT OF MIND, PLEASE CONTINUE TO OBSERVE SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES AT INSPECTIONS. .
DISCLAIMER: All dimensions are approximate only. Particulars given are for general information only and do not constitute any representation on the part of the Vendor or Agent. All prospective buyers must undertake their own due diligence.
Features include: Heating, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools, Ensuite, Roller Door Access, Study
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