Commanding double brick federation home with an amazing local history. Built in 1880 as the Constable's Residence, this well-presented historic beauty is for those die-hard period and gardening lovers.
THE HOUSE features open plan lounge and dining room with combustion fireplace, eat in country style kitchen and east facing sunroom with local rural and town views. There are four double bedrooms with beautiful marble mantles and fireplaces. The house boasts 12ft ceilings throughout with pretty feature windows overlooking the garden.
THE ESTABLISHED GARDEN is a generous 2,257sqm (approx.) block featuring the largest cork oak tree in Australia. Sunny entertainment area, veggie patch, orchard, chook run and don't forget the cubby house.
OTHER FEATURES include single garage with rear lane access, under house storage/ potential cellar space, large mud room/ laundry and woodshed. This beautiful home is situated in a convenient level location, a short stroll to the cafes and shops of Braidwood. This treasured family home will also be in high demand as an AIR BnB.
Open by private inspection only, phone Braidwood's premium agent Kelly Allen on 0466 632 696
EXPERIENCE MORE with LUTON Properties Braidwood OFFICE LOCATED AT 78 Wallace Street.
Kelly Allen LIVES and PROUDLY works in beautiful Braidwood and has personally managed and SOLD 150+ properties in the Braidwood region. Kelly is a LICENSED STOCK and STATION agent and services the RESIDENTIAL and RURAL community; call Kelly today to find out what your home is worth in today's market! PHONE 0466632696
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