Behind the pre 1900 faade of this historic home is a totally renovated, modern home which boasts a "blue ribbon" presentation throughout. The land area is 3111 sq metres of alluvial soil. It has potential to be a lovely garden, a family play area or for a tradie to have a large shed. 3 Phase power is connected to the existing shed. The home has that lovely new smell that comes with new carpet and fresh paintwork. Either side of the central hallway are 2 large, high ceiling bedrooms. The 3rd bedroom is also large. The family living room is served by an efficient u-shaped kitchen unit. It features a wide serving bench, a stainless steel dishwasher, exhaust hood, gas cook top and oven. Adjoining is a walk in pantry room with excellent shelving. The bathroom is finished with a colonial tile and offers a big shower recess, a bath and a modern vanity unit. The fittings are modern. The laundry and toilet rooms are finished in the same tiles as the bathroom. Two large linen cupboards are near the bathroom and kitchen. Your friends will be jealous because this home has a cellar (3.5 x 3.5m). It could be a lot of fun and practical as well. The old external laundry is still in good order. It has the original copper over the fire box. The timber single garage has 3 phase power. This is a good cost saving for an owner who wishes to build a big shed on this spacious block. The alluvial soil of the property would be perfect for horticulture activities or just for lots of pets and children. Inspections - By Appointment Auction - On site, 11am 23rd November, 2019 Agent - Don Menchin 0413 028 795
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