Originally built in the 1920's this charming cottage has been lovingly renovated to make it perfect for a young couple, a rental property, or single person ready to downsize. Built on a quarter acre you have plenty of space for a shed, granny flat, or a Christmas cricket match.
Smack bang in a sought after location, this 3 bed 1 bath cottage boasts high ceilings, original windows, good sized bedrooms, front sun-room, 1 car garage, and a large open plan kitchen / dining and lounge.
Features such as a reverse cycle air conditioner, dishwasher, double doors off the dining area, and a chef style 6 burner gas stove with electric oven, claw foot separate bath and shower and internal laundry makes this property a one of a kind in the market at the moment.
The floors have been redone with large tiles and a floating laminate floor, the NBN is connected, and there are fittings for a fridge to be plumbed in.
This hundred-year-old home is strong as an ox, packed with fantastic features, together with lovely vendors ready to pass the baton to new owners.
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