If you believe in fairy tale endings, then you should visit this charming old home. Built circa 1920 it has all the features of a beautiful old home and it's located on a big quarter acre (1012m2) block. So expect to see timber lined walls, high ceilings, a bay window in the lounge room and double French doors in the family room opening onto the wide verandah's. But there are some modern luxuries as well including a split system reverse cycle air-conditioner, a combustion fire, a practical galley style timber kitchen with electric wall oven & cooktop, plus built in robes and ceiling fans in all three bedrooms. There is easy vehicle access to the double garage/workshop up the back, and a big studio as well which would make the perfect man cave. Everybody dreams of having an alfresco dining area, and here you have a beautiful big Wisteria growing over the perfect spot to BBQ and relax with friends in the back yard. You may not see the seven dwarves or Cinderella here, but after you have seen this beauty you will think you have found that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
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