This beautifully constructed home, with distinct and iconic period features from the 1930's, is located on popular Rowan Street in the heart of Wangaratta. It presents an exciting opportunity for the lucky purchaser to bring this solid home into the 21st century.
With stunning timber windows, architraves, skirts, mantles and picture rails, leadlight windows, plus ornate cornices and ceiling roses, you are welcomed into the home via the formal front porch.
Inside you will find a generous lounge, with open fireplace and new ceiling fan, a large dining room with new LED downlights, new split system and new gas heater that leads onto the kitchen where a new gas stove has been recently installed.
The home includes evaporative cooling throughout and offers two bedrooms, both with ceiling fans, plus a third room at the rear, along with a closed in veranda.
Outside the home this spacious 938m2 block offers a clean slate for you to design your own personal layout, whilst an older style shed, with enough room for one car, will keep your toys and tools out of the weather.
This home is full of potential and being only minutes to the city centre, private and public hospitals plus sporting facilities of Wangaratta, it is sure to receive wide appeal.
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