Bursting with character, this original Milton cottage c. 1909 has been meticulously renovated and retains the charm of yesteryear. Beulah Cottage, meaning The Good Wife, is sure to steal your heart, with its gorgeous enclosed wrap-around verandah, high ceilings, stained glass windows and polished Cypress Pine flooring. Two large bedrooms, both with timber panelling, built-in robes and ceiling fan, feature French doors opening onto the sunny verandah room which is the ideal place to unwind with a good book, or for the kids to play. The original fireplace is a focal point of the separate lounge room which also has an electric panel heater for those cooler nights. You'll want to spend all your time in the light-filled country-style timber kitchen and dining room, with stunning timber island bench, 900mm Smeg gas oven, ducted rangehood and Miele dishwasher. Gather with friends around the dining table beside the roaring slow combustion fireplace or dine on the outdoor garden terrace on those warm summer nights. A new office or sunroom and huge family bathroom, with travertine tiles, bath tub and rain shower, have been added to the rear of the home in keeping with the heritage style. This home has exceptional street appeal, with its original shiplap hardwood panelling, new galvanised roof and established cottage gardens. A single garage with workshop and new laundry offer extra storage space at the rear. Make the most of the north facing backyard and spend time on the sunny back deck or relax amongst the rambling gardens in the paved courtyard area. Easy walk to Milton township, with cafes, schools and shops. If you're looking for heritage style, but don't want the hassle of a renovation, look no further, as all the hard work has been done!
* There's also an option to purchase the 680sqm block at rear with shared side access. Properties can be purchased in one line or separately.
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