Location, location is the catch cry - but wait there's more!
This is a unique offering to the market, an unusual property steeped in history in a great location with a spacious back yard. As you arrive you will be taken aback by the faÃ§ade and the original stained-glass front door. Polished cyprus floorboards greet you and bounce the light around the home There is a quaint study opening off the hallway with feature fireplace The lounge room is cosy with a slow combustion wood heater & RCAC. Renovated kitchen with 1 Â½ sink, gas cook top, dish washer, electric oven The dining room is off the kitchen and opens onto the family room, polished floors Family room with RCAC opens onto out door entertaining area and also the second study. Renovated family bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles incorporated with a renovated laundry with second toilet. Single garage plus storage shed in the back yard which has some lovely mature Elm trees and a serene feel. This is a unique property in a terrific location that is well worth inspection.
Lot E DP 156044 Block: 916 sqm Built: 1880,s Construction: Weatherboard & iron roof
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