Crookwell is renowned for some of its beautiful old buildings & this gem is no exception.
Built in the early 1900's & believed to have been home to the local bank manager this character filled residence still retains many of its original features including polished board floors with wide skirting boards, high ceilings, transom windows, ceiling roses, doors & door fittings. - 3 very generous sized bedrooms - 2 living areas with wood heating - Sunroom - Spacious laundry with 2nd shower - Double garage with storage area.
This property isn't just about the home it's the location & the block size that are certainly a winning combination. - A level 1000m2 block opposite the sporting oval - Easy access from both the front & the rear of the property - No need for a car as the property is situated only one street away from the hub of the town where you will find local shops & cafes - Dual occupancy potential *STCA
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