Positioned in the picturesque foothills of the Wondalga area and formally know as the post master's residence, you will love the peace and tranquility offered on this approximate 1.03 hectare parcel of land. Boasting a two-bedroom residence with a formal lounge and tranquil outlook from the front bull nosed verandah. You can certainly stamp your mark on such a character filled piece of history and restore the old cottage to its former glory, or simply just start again. Do not miss your opportunity, call today and book an inspection!
Premiere Features: - Two-bedroom residence, large king-sized master bedroom with high ceilings and quaint sized second bedroom - Bathroom with combined shower/bath, single vanity and toilet - Great sized kitchen with updated standalone cooktop and extremely generous sized walk in pantry - Formal lounge positioned to the front of the plan with woodbox fire heater - Great sized front timber deck, fully covered with a very tranquil outlook and access to the yard - Single detached garage - Small machinery shed - Multiple rainwater tanks - Approximately 1.03 Hectares with house yard and one main paddock - Vehicle access to both house yard and paddock
Additional Features: - Original Sash windows throughout - High ceilings and picture railings - Timber flooring throughout
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