This delightful approx 21.5 sq character weatherboard home will interest the astute first home buyer or investor with its terracotta roof and captivating period style and features.
Heritage timber sash windows and terracotta awnings complement the wonderful look of this home.
Situated privately on the rear block with its OWN title of 552m2, take the private winding driveway up to this 10 year old house and you will appreciate the federation style detail that has gone into making this home something special in what is one of the most beautiful and quiet tree lined streets in North Bayswater.
The home has 3 bedrooms with large Master bedroom, large WIR and double Ensuite. There are 2 separate living areas for entertaining and the country style Kitchen with island bench has an adjoining meals /dining area.
The family room flows out onto the back yard which is fully landscaped and has a BBQ area. The house has quality original timber floorboards throughout and high 2.7m ceilings with decorative cornices.
The 2 other large bedrooms at the rear of the house both have built in robes and share a powder room, toilet and bathroom with spa bath.
There is a huge secure double garage that provides access to the house through the large laundry which includes extra benches and storage cupboards. In addition to the 2 car parking in the large garage there is also an additional visitor car park providing a total of 3 car spaces off street. This home is a rare find and is a true quality built home.
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