In a line with similar older properties, this elegant and imposing residence, circa 1870’s home is a wonderful example of its period, with many original and historic features.
A graceful and charming property perched in an elevated location, set in a green oasis with well-established gardens (over 2,000 m2), surrounded by stately trees and commanding views over Yass and beyond.
As you enter the long central hallway you’ll first come to the beautiful formal lounge with fireplace and bay window looking out to the greenery, gorgeous Karri and Cypress pine flooring throughout, high 12’ ft ceilings, original doors and windows, original fretwork, original fireplaces, double brick construction and a very spacious newly renovated kitchen with all the mod con and including a sunny breakfast area.
With an additional extension in 1975, included are; 5 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, the gorgeous formal dining room has doors leading onto the verandah and there is a lovely casual family living room towards the back of the house.
You will be comfortable in all seasons with ducted gas heating and RC/AC plus a pot belly stove.
Close to the ‘river walk’, ovals, schools, and swimming pool, you be enchanted by its calm and tranquil outlook and charmed by the nostalgia of another era.
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