Period features include high ceilings, original skirtings, doors & architraves Large block overlooking the Yass River Four large bedrooms, picture rails & feature cornice Lovely stained-glass window over the front door leading to the hallway with fretwork Lounge room with feature cornice, picture rails & fireplace Large kitchen overlooking the river Retro bathroom with wc, shower, bath & vanity Lovely brick fence with feature iron work Ideally situated across from Victoria Park, or a short stroll down to the river. Built: 1930' s approx Construction: Double brick, tile roof Block size: 2048 m
Lot 28 DP 1108666
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