This 'Grand old lady' reflects all the charm and grace from her era, with a little bit of TLC needed! This highset colonial style home is located just a short stroll to the main shopping district and to the local Prep-10 school.
Traditional features including French doors and VJ walls remain in this home and the layout provides for 3 bedrooms and an office area plus 1 x living area, a dine in kitchen, family bathroom (with separate toilet) and large entry/sunroom and the home is fitted out with an air-conditioned and fireplace.
The double lock up shed with work shop sits to the back of the land on a 2088m2 block and the property is partially fenced.
Approximately 20 minutes to Warwick and just over 2 hours to Brisbane, this home also has the convenience of local shopping and small town hospitality.
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