Your Chance to Own a Piece of Southern Tablelands History!
Araluen' 427 Jerrawa Rd, Jerrawa, NSW
• Built in 1898 Araluen' is a unique piece of history that is now on the market. Consisting of the original Jerrawa General Store/Post Office as well as a three bedroom home and a large shed the property has plenty to offer!
• The brick home was built in 1912 and is in near original condition, featuring pressed metal ceilings throughout as well as wide Cypress Pine floorboards Araluen' has plenty of character
• The three bedrooms are complemented by a spare room/office or perhaps an extra bedroom, whilst the country style kitchen can be found at the heart of the home
• To the rear of the home is the bathroom as well as a porch, which is perfect for outdoor entertaining or extra family space to enjoy during the warmer months
• The General Store/Post Office built in 1898 consists of two large open rooms that have previously been used as a workshop or a kids play room, these rooms also have potential for other uses such as tea rooms or an antique shop
• Situated on a large block of 3415m2* there is ample space to utilise as you please. Two sheds accompany the home, the first in original condition providing two car spaces whilst another large shed provides the possibility of 4 car storage or room for a workshop or home office
• Water is no issue at Araluen' with 55,000 ltrs* of water storage as well as a fully licensed bore
With the owners already committed elsewhere it is time to sell their home of 25 years, Araluen' is certainly a unique property with plenty of character! All offers will be given serious consideration!
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