This renovated traditional cottage sits on a 2543m2 block with 2 separate titles. Whether you are just looking for a home with lots of land or looking at future development on the second title this property is ideal. The cottage has a sun room entry with separate laundry/toilet and shower room. There are 3 large bedrooms, one with adjacent utility room/office (future ensuite potential), and a central hallway accessing all rooms. The living room opens to the dining kitchen area which runs the full length of the house, with feature period windows and french doors opening onto a large, wide, screened side verandah. The house has all the period features including hardwood floors and high ceilings and has a delightful old world ambience. There are 2 rain water tanks providing water supply (one in-ground concrete and one plastic) and a garage/shed to the front of the property. The land is comprised of 2 separate titles, and has a gentle fall from rear to front (for future separate development an easement or minor boundary adjustment would be required to accommodate the sewer system which sits on the boundary of the 2 blocks). This is a delightful property. Call to arrange an inspection if it is ticking a lot of your boxes.
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