Gracious period homestead circa 1840, set on two beautifully maintained acres of established gardens complete with tranquil Monkittee Creek and suspension bridge.
Located on the edge of historic Braidwood, within a short walk to the bustling township, this bluestone and double brick home is the perfect gardener's paradise and would also suit a desirable Historic Bed & Breakfast.
Featuring generous living room overlooking the garden, leafy conservatory, study, four bedrooms, three with ensuite and separate entrances plus attic loft, which any kid would adore.
In addition to the grand period home, garden, glasshouse, licensed bore and Comet Windmill, the workshop barn is impressive and includes 3 phase power, 6kw solar system, overhead gantry, car hoist, spray booth, sand blasting booth plus much more, enough to keep any mechanic or wood/ metal enthusiast content.
Special note:- vendor is open to a walk in walk out arrangement (list of inclusions available upon request)
Inspections by private appointment only, phone Kelly Allen, Braidwood's premium agent on 0466 632 696
EXPERIENCE MORE with LUTON Properties Braidwood OFFICE LOCATED AT 78 Wallace Street, main street of historic Braidwood.
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