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Location: Set high on DeMestre Street with views over Yass. Amazing sunsets. High ceilings, original doors & architrave, fretwork in hallway, picture rails, bull nose veranda, polished cyprus floorboards, this home has a beautiful feel. Typically for a home of this period the front door opens onto the hallway and the beautiful fretwork meets your eye. First impressions last. Three large bedrooms - all can fit queen size beds with ceiling fans & new carpet The lounge room is suitably large and has a s/c wood heater, ceiling rose, RCAC The kitchen has been renovated with solid timber bench tops, double sink, gas oven & cook top and a walk in pantry. DISHWASHER? The kitchen is open plan to the dining/family room that looks onto the back yard. Renovated bathroom with claw foot bath, seperate shower, vanity & wc. The laundry is modern and has a second toilet. In the back yard there are two extra studios, both lined & insulated. They have electricity connected & ceiling fans. One is currently used as a gym, the other a studio. All in all a stunning home, beautifully presented to the market. You know how popular homes like this are so be quick! Lot 15 DP 510876 Block: 682 sqm Built: 1920's Construction: Weatherboard & iron roof
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